Races spur street closures in DC and Arlington Saturday

WASHINGTON – Two races will close streets in Arlington, Virginia and D.C. Saturday morning.

In Arlington, the Air Force Cycling Classic will close streets in Clarendon, including Wilson, Clarendon and Washington boulevards. Cyclists will race the one kilometer loop around the Clarendon Metro station.

In Washington, D.C.  the  Lawyers Have Heart Race road race will affect traffic with street closures in neighborhoods around Foggy Bottom and Georgetown.

The Arlington Police Department will close the following streets from 4:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday:

  • Wilson Boulevard from North Fillmore Street to Washington Boulevard
  • Clarendon Boulevard from Washington Boulevard to North Fillmore Street
  • Washington Boulevard from Wilson Boulevard to North Highland Street
  • North Highland Street from Wilson Boulevard to Washington Boulevard
  • North Garfield Street/North Fillmore Street from Wilson Boulevard to Washington Boulevard

View the course map for more information.

In Washington, D.C. the following street closures will be in effect Saturday, June 11 from 4 a.m. to 10 a.m.:

  • K Street Northwest from 30th Street NW to Wisconsin Avenue
  • East on K Street NW to Whitehurst Freeway Ramp
  • Left onto Whitehurst Freeway westbound lanes to M Street Northwest
  • West on M Street Northwest to Canal Road Northwest
  • Westbound on Canal Road to Reservoir Road
  • U-Turn prior to Reservoir Road
  • Eastbound Canal Road to M Street
  • East on M Street (westbound lanes) to Whitehurst Freeway
  • East on Whitehurst Freeway towards 27th Street
  • Right onto Route 66/Potomac River Freeway Southbound
  • Right onto E Street Expressway Eastbound towards 17th Street Northwest
  • U-Turn on E Street prior to 17th Street Northwest
  • Left on 18th Street Northwest
  • Right on Virginia Avenue, NW towards 27th Street Northwest
  • Right on 27th Street Northwest
  • Left on K Street Northwest towards finish line at 31st Street and Wisconsin Avenue Northwest

View the course map for more information.

Abigail Constantino

Abigail Constantino started her journalism career writing for a local newspaper in Fairfax County, Virginia. She is a graduate of American University and The George Washington University.

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