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Search Tags: D.C. Department of Transportation
The new "barnes dance" crossing at one of the busiest intersections in the District is being met with mixed reviews -- and some confused pedestrians.
The Third Street Tunnel from New York Avenue has reopened to traffic after being shut down for nearly an hour.
Something completely different is coming to one of the busiest intersections in the region
Weather permitting, the bridge will shut down at 8 p.m. Friday and stay closed through 5 a.m. Monday.
"To be honest, trying to squeeze as many cars as we try to squeeze into our city streets isn't working," says Gabe Klein, director of the D.C. Department of Transportation.
See a map of the affected downtown area and find out what streets are affected.
"The incident cleanup is taking, frankly, more time than it really needs to," says Dave Snyder, chairman of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments' transportation planning board.
Tags: Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments , COG , Dave Snyder , traffic accidents , traffic wrecks , traffic flow , Virginia Department of Transportation , VDOT , Maryland State Highway Administration , SHA , DDOT , Adam Tuss , Colleen Kelleher
Snowstorms and sub-freezing temperatures delayed work that was originally supposed to be done in late January and early February.
As road crews continue to chip away at snow and ice, the D.C. Department of Transportation is making a bold claim.
Two, three and sometimes four-foot mammoth icicles are hanging from bridges and overpasses across the region, threatening drivers who race by below them.