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As people return back to normal after the holidays, it's a light weekend overall for construction projects on the roads and rails, but there are a few delays you need to know about.
Holiday delays have slowly crept up on unsuspecting commuters. Usually latent in the weeks following the Thanksgiving getaway, they tend to reemerge by mid-December.
Lane closures and Metro train work are the norm on weekends in the Washington, DC. region.
The weekend before Thanksgiving brings more Metro track work plus some local parades. But road work will begin to ease ahead of the holiday travel rush.
Lane closures along two Virginia interstates and Yellow Line closures will delay the flow of vehicle and transit traffic across the Potomac.
Drivers coming into D.C. and Arlington should be prepared for widespread road closures as the Marine Corps Marathon gets underway Sunday.
Getting around downtown Annapolis will be very difficult this weekend, especially on Saturday.
Some weekend delays are possible, but expect few major disruptions.
Several races planned for this weekend will close major roads throughout the region this weekend.
Labor Day weekend is upon us and drivers should expect major volume delays on through-routes this weekend, especially Interstate 95 in Virginia and at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. What to expect before you hit the road.
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