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Closing arguments are set to begin Tuesday in a drunk driving case that has already drawn international attention.
A tractor-trailer driver has been charged in an accident that snarled traffic on Interstate 66 in northern Virginia.
The speed cameras will be placed between University Boulevard and New Hampshire Avenue, where bridge repairs will be made.
The D.C. region ranks as having the worst congestion in the country due simply to an issue of supply and demand, according to one of the nation's foremost experts on traffic troubles.
Construction on the bridge over the Northwest Branch in Silver Spring will bring lane changes this week, and will slow down traffic.
The closures begin Monday night in the eastbound lanes between the Capital Beltway and Route 50 in Fairfax County.
As part of the Dulles Rail project, huge concrete slabs will be pieced together, one by one over the Beltway at the intersection with Route 123.
Lanes have reopened on westbound Interstate 66, following a dump truck that overturned just before the Capital Beltway earlier Wednesday morning, shutting down all traffic.
Just days after Virginia announced the state would move ahead with the I-95/I-395 HOT lanes project, Arlington County has dropped the lawsuit that has delayed the project for months.
There's now tangible evidence that the High Occupancy Toll Lane project along the Virginia side of the Capital Beltway is moving forward.