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UPDATE (4/30/2017) — The Interstate 95 roadwork over Neabsco Creek that was approaching to be finished Monday morning is now complete. Express Lanes are now forked north.

WASHINGTON — Weekend skeleton opposite a segment could be slowed by additional trade jams, Metro  track work and protests in D.C.

I-95 work

Drivers should design delays in both directions on Interstate 95 in Virginia on Sunday for a initial partial of obligatory overpass repairs.

As WTOP was first to report, a work will slight I-95 to dual southbound lanes nearby Dale City until 6 a.m. Monday, tighten a ramps from Dale Boulevard to southbound I-95, and is approaching to keep a 95 Express Lanes forked southbound all day Sunday.

While a southbound line closure over Neabsco Creek in Dale City could minister to additional southbound delays, generally on a weekend where comfortable continue is approaching to supplement to a array of people on a road, some of a biggest backups are approaching to be in a northbound lanes.

Drivers have staid into a Sunday afternoon slight of sitting in trade adult to a Express Lanes opening nearby Garrisonville Road, where a additional lanes mostly concede things to open adult for a stretch.

This weekend and next, with a Express Lanes approaching to sojourn forked southbound during a work exclusive any poignant incidents, a cars that have been regulating a fee lanes will instead sojourn with a rest of a traffic.

Next weekend, a overpass correct work is scheduled to run from 10 p.m. Friday, May 5 to 6 a.m. Monday, May 8. Both weekends, a Express Lanes are scheduled to run northbound as common on Monday morning.

The work is meant to yield a longer tenure repair for a exploding petrify overpass deck. The Virginia Department of Transportation pronounced a overpass stays safe, though drivers should equivocate I-95 this Sunday and subsequent weekend due to a approaching trade issues.

DOT expelled this map of intensity alternatives:

Metro weekend shutdown

Blue, Orange and Silver Line riders face poignant disruptions this weekend due to a shutdown of a widen of marks downtown that was rescheduled from final weekend.

There are no trains between Foggy Bottom and Federal Triangle on Sunday. Farragut West and McPherson Square Stations will be closed, and there will be no Blue, Orange or Silver Line use during Metro Center.

Metro skeleton to have convey buses between Foggy Bottom and Federal Triangle, though they could supplement poignant transport time. Many riders might be improved off walking than regulating a convey buses given how tighten Federal Triangle is to Metro Center for Red Line transfers, and how tighten Foggy Bottom is to Farragut North. The whole travel between Federal Triangle and Foggy Bottom stations would be about 1.5 miles.

Orange Line trains are scheduled usually each 20 mins between Vienna and Foggy Bottom and each 15 mins between Federal Triangle and New Carrollton.

Blue Line trains are scheduled between Franconia-Springfield and Foggy Bottom usually each 20 minutes, and between Federal Triangle and Largo Town Center each 15 minutes.

Silver Line trains are usually scheduled to run between Wiehle-Reston East and Ballston stations on Sunday. To strech a rest of Arlington, D.C. or Maryland riders contingency send to an Orange Line train.

The final trains from a ends of a Blue and Orange Lines also leave even progressing than common Sunday night. The final Blue Line sight from Franconia-Springfield to Foggy Bottom is scheduled to leave during 10:59 p.m., 30 mins progressing than usual. The final Orange Line sight to Federal Triangle is scheduled to leave New Carrollton during 11:25 p.m. (11 mins progressing than usual) and a final sight from Vienna to Foggy Bottom is scheduled to leave during 11:15 p.m. (10 mins progressing than usual).

Metro has sealed during midnight each day of a week for scarcely a year. Around Jul 1, hours are scheduled to change again.

Follow adult contrast on a issues that led to a shutdown of a tracks during Thursday morning’s commute.

Metro 24/7 shutdown

Metro’s stream round-the-clock work zone shifts this weekend, though continues to have an impact on Green Line riders.

On Sunday, College Park hire is scheduled to reopen. Greenbelt Station is scheduled to sojourn sealed by May 14. Shuttle buses are regulating for a sealed stations.

This weekend, Metro has scheduled Green Line trains each 20 mins on a rest of a line.

Yellow Line trains also have reduced use this weekend, usually regulating each 20 mins and usually between Huntington and Mt. Vernon Square rather than Fort Totten.

Other events and impacts

Nationals, Capitals (and presumably Wizards) fans should also devise forward for a weekend.

The Nationals horde a Mets Sunday afternoon.

Nationals fans in Virginia who wish to equivocate pushing to Nationals Park Sunday can cruise pushing to Yellow Line stations, regulating a H2O cab from Alexandria, or pushing opposite a Wilson Bridge to park during Metro stations on a southern finish of a Green Line among other options.

Capitals fans deliberation holding Metro need to cause in a midnight shutting time for a complement in further to a line work. The final trains are scheduled leave Gallery Place-Chinatown as early as 11:55 p.m. and Metro Center as early as 11:53 p.m.

While that might not be an emanate given a diversion is scheduled to start during 8 p.m., a Capitals did go to overtime five times in their 6 diversion opening turn array against a Maple Leafs.

Off a rails, drivers can design other construction work around a segment this weekend too.

For example, there are detours and line closures scheduled all weekend on a Dulles Access Road as crews take down a large derrick that has been building a new Herndon Metro Station as partial of a 11.4 mile second proviso of a Silver Line.

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