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Track work and maintenance along the Red Line will bring significant delays for riders. That and more in your Weekend Wakeup.
Weekend work zones and events may slow drivers on some routes around town. Travel conditions will be improving on Saturday as the WTOP Weather Center expects the heaviest downpours will have lifted into the New England and out to sea.
This week in Weekend Wakeup, we've got tips to help your car beat the heat and to avoid localized delays in communities across the region.
Memorial Day weekend events continue Monday and travelers will want to be aware of various holiday-themed events around town, including the Memorial Day Parade, which will close Constitution Avenue on Monday afternoon.
Construction along Interstate 95, bridge work, more track work and several area university commencement ceremonies will delay travelers this weekend. That and more in your Weekend Wakeup.
Metro's spring break is over. Track work will affect travel on all five rail lines this weekend following a four-week reprieve. And the annual IMF meetings will close roads in the District.
With the expectation of warmer weather, this weekend should prove busy around the tidal basin.
Expect a general increase in highway volume across the region due to Easter and Passover travel, spring break, the Cherry Blossom Festival and the forecast of warmer weather.
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Weekend track work will slow Metro riders on four of the system's five rail lines, including travelers heading to Reagan National Airport.
Presidents Day will bring schedule changes on Metrorail and Metro buses, as well as two-way traffic on some roads that are typically only inbound in the morning.