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About 3400 commuters slug out off the Pentagon

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May 21, 2019, Officials from the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), Department of Defense’s Washington Headquarters Services and Transurban, gathered today to open the newly reconfigured and improved Pentagon South Parking Lot. Currently, more than 1,800 buses and about 3,400 “sluggers” (2010 Survery) on average pass through the South Parking Lot each day. The Pentagon South Parking Lot improvements cost approximately $10 million, and are funded by a federal “Fast Lane” grant, as well as a combination of VDOT and…

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Arlington Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation Oct 2018

Arlington Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation Project Oct 2018 – 2021

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Starting Monday, October 15, 2018 the National Park Service (NPS) will begin a new long-term change to the traffic pattern on Arlington Memorial Bridge. This change will reduce the bridge’s capacity from six to three lanes and one sidewalk until the rehabilitation is finished in 2021. Slug-drivers and carpools commuting to destinations north of Constitution Avenue use the Arlington Memorial Bridge to avoid 14th street bridge traffic. With the reversible lanes, peak hour traffic will loose only one third of…

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New Traffic Pattern at the Pentagon South Parking lot Oct 15 2018

New Traffic Pattern at the Pentagon October 15, 2018

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395 Express Lanes construction work continues at the Pentagon Slug Pickup location and along Eads Street between the Pentagon Reservation and Army Navy Drive. New Eads Street Construction Updates – Starting Monday, October 15, 2018 Ongoing construction activity at I-395 HOV on- and off-ramps on Eads St. at the Pentagon Reservation will lead to a lane shift in traffic patterns and delays. These new traffic patterns begin Monday, October 15, 2018 and continue into January 2019. Drivers should follow updated…

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