Maryland State Police are looking for the driver of the vehicle that struck and killed a highway contract worker in Anne Arundel County.
U.S. Route 50 eastbound is closed in Annapolis up after a person was struck and killed by a vehicle.
Beginning at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, all southbound lanes of the Capital Beltway bridge over Route 123 in Tysons Corner will shift onto a new adjacent bridge. The shift will be in place by 5 a.m. Thursday. As a result, exit ramps to Route 123 north and south have been realigned. The segment of Route 123 under the Beltway will be closed one weekend this month to demolish the old bridge.
Washington Post Editors
June 1, 2010; 4:22 PM ET |
Categories: Advisories , Construction , Dulles , highways | Tags: Capital Beltway construction, Tysons traffic information, route 123
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Highway departments in the D.C. region pull up their orange barrels for the Memorial Day weekend getaway and the get-back. I've got some suggestions on the best times for you to be traveling and the routes to take to popular destinations. And whether you're sticking around for the weekend or just thinking about next week, check the local activities and the road and rail projects that may slow you down.
May 28, 2010; 8:15 AM ET |
Categories: Advisories , Commuting , Congestion , Construction , Driving , Metro , Weekend Work , highways , holiday travel , transit | Tags: Dr. Gridlock, The weekend and beyond
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The Capital Beltway's outer loop is scheduled to shift onto a new bridge over Route 123 in Tysons Corner next week, as the HOT lanes project advances another step. The Beltway traffic shift, set for Wednesday night, will be followed eight days later by a full weekend closing of Route 123 to demolish the old outer loop bridge.
Severe thunderstorms are possible through the evening, according to the Capital Weather Gang. That will dampen a lot of the road work scheduled for the D.C. region. Here's word about advances on a couple of projects.
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