Roadwork in the D.C. area could put a damper in your commute as you enjoy this weekend’s cooler but sunny weather.
With the weather warming up, the District kicked off months of pothole repair efforts Monday morning with what is expected to be a larger-than-usual annual “Potholepalooza.” See photos.
A complete rebuild of much of the George Washington Parkway, including an overhaul of the interchange with Virginia Route 123, is expected in coming years.
The lane closures near the National Arboretum were expected to last through Sunday, Sept. 9.
The $132 million project will provide separated through lanes by the summer of 2022 for southbound drivers going beyond Virginia Route 3 and U.S. Route 17.
If you take U.S. Route 50 to Ocean City, take note. The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration says a new reconstruction project that will take a year and a half to complete will begin at an intersection on U.S. Route 50 in Wicomico County later this week.
The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration plans to block three out of four lanes on the Outer Loop near Connecticut Avenue beginning at 9 p.m. Friday. The closure could last until Saturday or early Sunday.
Riding along some Northern Virginia roads can sometimes feel more like a roller coaster, and Virginia transportation officials say that while they are making improvements, the fixes won’t come overnight.
Northern Virginia leaders are set to celebrate the completion of a project that widened Route 28 near Dulles International Airport while more projects are in the works to relieve congestion along the busy highway.
A Virginia Department of Transportation official said the Northern Virginia District has about 7,500 lane-miles that qualify for paving, but only enough money to fix about 1,000 lane-miles a year.
The Maryland State Highway Administration says it will begin a safety and repaving project at 9 p.m. Thursday on the Beltway between New Hampshire Avenue and U.S. 1.
A rehabilitation project causes one-lane travel on the Kutz Bridge of eastbound Independence Ave. until June 7.
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Drivers who take Sycolin Road in Loudoun County will experience delays for the next two weeks, as crews begin working on a bridge beam.
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