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Areas Where Dominion Crews Will Be Working Today

Dominion has released the following list of roads and intersections in Arlington where its crews are planning on working today (Tuesday).

Dominion says its on track to restore power to 80-85 percent of customers affected by Friday’s storms by the end of the day today. The company says 90-95 percent of affected customers should be back on line by Thursday night, with “virtually all remaining customers” restored by Saturday night.

Dominion crews and mutual aid crews will be working through the Fourth of July holiday, the company said.

As of 10:00 a.m., there were 15,654 Dominion customers still without power in Arlington, according to the company’s outage map. The planned power line work sites today are:

  • 14th St S
  • 16th St South
  • 4th St N & Washington Blvd
  • 6th St & N Lincoln St
  • Arlington Ridge Rd @ S 23rd St
  • Barton St & 2nd St
  • Carlyn Springs Rd & S 1st Pl
  • Columbia Pike & S Scott St
  • Lorcom Ln & Nellie Custis
  • N 23 Rd St & N Fillmore St
  • N 26th St & N Glebe Rd
  • N 29th St & Westmoreland St
  • N 30th St
  • N 36th St & N Kensington St
  • N Columbus St
  • N Kenilworth St
  • N Kennebec St
  • N Nelson La & N 27th St
  • N Pershing Dr @ N Oxford St
  • N 9th St & N Fairfax Dr
  • N Somerset St & Little Falls St
  • N. 13th St. & Buchanan St.
  • N. 26th St & N. Harrison S
  • N. Harrison St & N. 26th St
  • N. Woodrow St & 21st St
  • S 17th St.
  • S Courthouse Rd
  • S Frederick St
  • S Highland St
  • S Pollard St
  • S Taylor St
  • S Veitch St
  • S. 16th St & S. Nelson St
  • Washington Blvd
  • Wilson Blvd & N Liberty St

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