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It's being called a potential traffic catastrophe. Thousands of federal workers, and their cars, are being shifted to already crowded roads in Northern Virginia as part of BRAC. Now, there are efforts to stop it.
Drivers will find both the Inner Loop and the Outer Loop narrowed to two lanes near Telegraph Road all this week.
Tags: Alexandria , Prince George's County , Fairfax , Woodrow Wilson Bridge , road work , Telegraph Road , Huntington Avenue , Cameron Run , Pershing Avenue , Stovall Street , Kristi King , Colleen Kelleher
If commuting is the most dangerous part of your day, chances are you work in DC, Dallas, LA, Chicago or some other city. But if getting there is only half the danger you may be a fed based in the middle east, Africa or Mexico. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey talks about different workplace problems.
WTOP's Adam Tuss says road closures will remain in effect around the area until after Tuesday's rush hour.
Tags: gridlock , gridlock congestion , Nuclear Security Summit , Lon Anderson , AAA Mid-Atlantic , Suitland Parkway , I-66 , Cathy Lanier , Andrews Air Force Base , Dulles International Airport , Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marsha , rush hour , tractor man , telecommute , Colleen Kelleher , Adam Tuss , Darci Marchese , Michelle Basch , Bob Marbourg , Neal Augenstein
Most Americans will watch the Nuclear Security Summit next week on the TV news. Lucky them. But for those of us in the DC area, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey, it's going to be one of those extended gridlocked nightmares we wouldn't wish on any other city.
"In that kind of traffic, to have somebody shoot upwards of 13 rounds at a moving vehicle, the fact that nobody was struck, no houses, no vehicles is somewhat miraculous," says Virginia State Police Lt. Danny Glick.
A new law will make it more difficult for foreign companies operating red light cameras to access your personal information.
The Martin Aircraft Co. is developing the world's first commercially available jet pack.
On March 15, the three-block stretch between K Street and Massachusetts Avenue will being operating as a two-way street at all times. It currently serves as a one-way northbound street from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on weekday afternoons.
An accident in the District caused a 23-mile delay early Wednesday.
Tags: Lisa Baden