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The Humpback Bridge project on the George Washington Parkway is nearly done. The final phase of the reconstruction begins this week.
The words "island" and "phase six" might sound like details straight from an episode of the now-defunct ABC series "Lost." Instead, they're part of a new traffic pattern facing area drivers this week.
Drivers on the George Washington Memorial Parkway sat in traffic for 11, 12, 13 and 14 hours as cars crashed, trees came down and people abandoned their vehicles.
The Alexandria City Council has unanimously approved a special taxing district to help finance a $240 million Metro station at Potomac Yard, along the existing Blue Line.
The idea creating 1,650 miles of "variably priced" lanes on Capital Beltway, Interstates 270, 66 and 95, Route 50, the George Washington Parkway and others, is being floated as a "what-if" scenario by area transportation officials.
You'll find a new traffic pattern on the northbound 14th Street Bridge. You will find that the far left lane closed the entire length of the bridge. All lanes shift to the right.
You'll see changes at the 14th Street and at the intersection of New York Avenue and Florida Avenue.