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TRAFFIC ALERT In Prince George’s County, on the Outer Loop of the Beltway before St. Barnabas Road, traffic gets by on the far left lane.

Many roads reopen after flooding, downed lines

U.S. 1 is closed south of the Fairfax County Parkway. (WTOP/Kristi King)

UPDATED at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday:

WASHINGTON – Roads closed because of high water and storm debris are reopening around the region.

WTOP has compiled a list of closures:


  • No road are closed.


  • Georgetown Pike is closed in both directions at Old Dominion Drive due to downed tree and wires down.

    Fairfax County has dozens of roads closed. The county is providing a list of what has reopened in real time.

    Across Virginia, a number of roads remain closed. The Virginia Department of Transportation has posted a list of closures. Search by county to find out what roads are closed in your neighborhood.


    Prince George’s County

    County Roads:

    • Governor’s Bridge Road (Bowie)
    • Buck Lane (Upper Marlboro)
    • Marlboro Race Track Road (Upper Marlboro) – closed at Md. 725, opened from Equestrian Center Service Road to MNCPPC facility (Early Voting location) and Prince George’s County Soil Conservation Office. (Detour signs posted.)

      State Roads:

      • Md. 202 at Malboro Pike
      • Md. 109 at Barnesville Road
      • All traffic lights are working.

    Montgomery County

    A number of roads remain closed in Montgomery County, according to a Tuesday night news release.

    Anne Arundel County

    • Md. 2 at Md. 408 is closed.

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