Mary De Pampa, Purple Heart Bridge, Virginia discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


And weather on the 8th, so Mary de pampa and the WTO P traffics in it. All right, Gigi, we got some work zones causing problems on the Virginia side, the outer loop is slow, Tyson's to get toward 66. It's a work zone blocking two left lanes. They're working on the poles that divide the main and express lanes. Now the inner loop is also slow from about the toll road. That means the toll road will be slowed again onto the inner loop and working toward Georgetown pike where the express lane expansion project was blocking along the left side, the main lane should be open, but delays linger nonetheless, if you're heading straight, stay out of the left lane and give the express people room to merge. It does cut the delay down. We're going to check on 95 in Virginia with some travel volume running south down beginning in lorton across the Purple Heart bridge and again in Dale City you're going to hit the brakes to disable vehicles for reported that stretch. They were both on the shoulder, delays continue south through dumfries, heading through Quantico, and most of the way through Stafford county is congested. Now the easy pass express lanes are pointing southbound, anticipated slowdown where they would join in. Our north 95 delay is ease through staff or getting toward the one 40 exit crash was on the right shoulder no updates in a while. We'll flip the coin into Maryland same the outer loop is slow from Silver Spring through Chevy Chase, our mobile work crew was close to three 55 last spotted. They're in the left lane. 95 south will slow two and past 32 getting toward two 16. That's a work zone, and they are blocking a right lane. There's a work two 95 in the district heading south off the 11th street bridge heavy and slow getting toward the soothing Parkway where you also find the right lane blocked and our friend amber called on one 23 Tyson's jam to get past route 7, stay left in a single lane past the work zone, married to pomp at WTP traffic. Here's storm team four meteorologist, chuck bell. We may have caught a little break from the humidity, but we will get no respite from the high temperatures

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