Dave Dill, Wilson Bridge, WTO discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

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Dot org 5 28 If you can we can Michael and son Traffic and weather Dave dill dine with us in the WTO traffic center From Bethesda and a Tyson's on the outer loop of the beltway heavy and very slow getting across the legion bridge and past Georgetown pike the crash the response still blocking the right lane before the dulles toll road on the outer loop Slow but steadier through Alexandria toward the Wilson bridge 66 westbound heavy and slow from the beltway past not least straight beyond one 23 Look for one broken down in the second lane from the right Police on scene 95 volume delays between newington and woodbridge and just slight slowdowns through Stafford county farther southbound Northbound between ladysmith and thornburg near mile one 15 crash remains on the left side Beltway in Maryland outer loop before branch avenue car bus crash caller says right lane blocked on the outer loop there North of town on two 70 95 of the Baltimore Washington Parkway just volume delays In the district Georgetown At key bridge from M street and canal road outbound traffic heading for Virginia one left lane gets by on the bridge westbound traffic on the whitehurst freeway is backed up under key bridge as a result More drivers rerouting to the Roosevelt bridge where the left lanes remain walled off for the long term work zone just volume delays on three 95 across the freeway to head on to north or southbound D.C. and interstate two 95 Traffic brought to you by navy federal credit union proud to serve members of the armed forces DoD veterans and their families the members of the mission learn more at navy federal dot org Dave dildine WTO traffic Let's get you caught up on your forecast now Here's Matt Ritter Just a few clouds this evening with some chili temperatures falling into the 30s partly cloudy and cold overnight tonight Lows will range from the low 20s in the rural areas to near 30 inside the beltway Mixture of clouds and sun tomorrow breezy and milder highs in the mid.

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