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The two right lanes of southbound I-95 leaving Baltimore County at Exit 49 have reopened.
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.
Every summer, local drivers must contend with heavy beach traffic along Interstate 95 in Virginia. But this summer expect more frequent backups and delays as construction ramps up on the 95 Express Lanes.
The Virginia Department of Transportation again plans closures of the HOV lanes on Interstate 95 in northern Virginia.
All lanes of southbound Interstate 95 south of Exit 133/Falmouth in Stafford County have reopened.
A new survey from AAA Mid-Atlantic and Transurban-Flor finds that a vast majority of drivers in Virginia along I-95 either drive distracted or have witnessed someone doing so.
For the second day in a row, northbound Interstate 95 had to be shut down for a crash involving a motorcycle and a tractor-trailer.
On Wednesday, March 27, beginning at 11 p.m. weather permitting, the Virginia Department of Transportation will close one lane in each direction of Interstate 95 near exit 166, or the Fairfax County Parkway (Route 286).
More detours and shutdowns are planned as part of the I-95 Express Lanes project, and drivers should be prepared for their commutes to get worse before they get better.
It's known by several names: U.S. 29, Colesville Road and Columbia Pike. It's also a road many people use to commute between D.C. and Baltimore to avoid the hassle of Interstate 95 or the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
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