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Headaches on the horizon

Nothing more than a sprinkle to impede your overnight travels, says the Capital Weather Gang, but watch out for thunderstorms Friday evening. We do have plenty of overnight road work across the D.C. region.

Beltway HOT lanes
These closings are scheduled from 9:30 p.m. to 5 a.m.
-- Three right lanes and the collector distributor road on the inner loop will close at Little River Turnpike (Route 236) for bridge demolition.
-- Three lanes of the Beltway at the Idylwood Road overpass will close for utility work. Expect full roadway closures up to 30 minutes beginning after midnight.
-- A single left lane of I-66 east between Nutley Street and Cedar Lane will close for sign foundation bores.
-- The inner loop will close at Exit 169 B/A (Route 644) for steel beam erection.

I-95 widening
Three left lanes of I-95 north closed at Lorton Road (Route 642) from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. for bridge joint repair. Lane closures begin at Gordon Boulevard (Route 123).

Dulles Metrorail
-- Two lanes of Leesburg Pike (Route 7) east from Dulles Toll Road (Route 267) to Spring Hill Road will close for utility work.
-- A single left lane of Dolley Madison Boulevard (Route 123) north between Old Meadow Road and Anderson Road will close for utility work.
-- A single left lane of the Dulles Access Road (Route 267) between Beulah Road and Hunter Mill Road will close for barrier movement.

Intercounty Connector
I-95 may close for 15-minute intervals through the work zone from midnight to 5 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday nights.

MD 201/Beltway
Drivers may find the shoulders closed on the Beltway as crews work on the Kenilworth Avenue (MD 201) bridge above. There may be temporary lane closings on both Kenilworth and the Beltway.

By Robert Thomson  |  May 13, 2010; 7:10 PM ET
 | Tags: Dr. Gridlock, Headaches on the horizon  
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