Editor’s Note: This story was last updated Monday night. Information is subject to change as power is restored.
WASHINGTON – Hundreds of intersections around the D.C. metro area are not working.
WTOP is compiling a list of some of the intersections.
In Montgomery County, there are approximately 240 intersections without working traffic lights.
Lights are dark at the following Montgomery County intersections:
More than 80 intersections in Fairfax County remain without working traffic lights.
Lights are dark at the following Fairfax County intersections:
These lights are inoperative in the Great Falls/Route 7 area.
Some of the traffic lights in the area that are working appear to have generators attached to them.
In D.C., there were at least 65 major intersections without working traffic lights. as of 11:45 a.m. Monday.
Some of the major intersections affected include the following:
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