George Washington Memorial Parkway[ONGOING] Arlington Memorial Bridge lane closures
Until early 2021, there will be three lanes open on Arlington Memorial Bridge. One lane allows travel eastbound, one lane allows travel westbound, and one lane is reversible to accommodate rush-hour traffic. Drivers should exercise caution, reduce their speed (the limit is 20 miles per hour), and watch for workers and construction equipment as they approach and cross the bridge. Learn more at go.nps.gov/memorialbridge.[ONGOING] Arlington Memorial Bridge driving speed reduction
Until early 2021, drivers must reduce their speed to 20 miles per hour driving on Arlington Memorial Bridge. This is to allow workers to safely rehabilitate the bridge.[ONGOING] Arlington Memorial Bridge temporary dual lane and total closures at night.
Ongoing and weather permitting, workers on Arlington Memorial Bridge will stop all traffic to do heavy construction work. Total closures may happen between 9 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. and last about 15 minutes.
[UPCOMING] Lane closures under Arlington Memorial Bridge
Through late June, workers will close lanes Ohio Drive SW near and under Arlington Memorial Bridge. The closures are scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. and end at 5 a.m. Drivers should expect detours and to see workers in the area. The closures are to allow workers to safely remove concrete as part of the ongoing bridge rehabilitation project. Learn more at go.nps.gov/memorialbridge. This work was rescheduled from May.[UPCOMING] Lane closure near Spout Run
Until August, workers will close one lane on the northbound side of the George Washington Memorial Parkway just north of the Spout Run exit. Workers will close one lane from 7:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. on week nights. All lanes will be reopened prior peak travel times. Drivers should watch for workers in the area and anticipate slower travel. The closures are for a planned project to stabilize the hillside adjacent to the parkway.[ONGOING] Lane closure northbound near I-495 at Dead Run
Ongoing and weather permitting, workers will continue to repair a sinkhole south of I-495 at Dead run. Until the work is complete, the right lane on the northbound side of the parkway is closed near the affected area. This work will likely require planned closures of both northbound lanes and a single southbound lane. The NPS is committed to keeping people informed and will share more information once details are finalized.
Drivers should expect occasional off-peak hour lane closures on the southbound side of the road so that workers can continue inspecting and repairing the road drainage system.
Until work is complete, drivers must reduce their speed to 40 miles per hour driving near the active work zone south of I-495 at Dead Run. The speed limit reduction is to protect workers in the area.[ONGOING] Lane closures under Francis Scott Key Bridge
Until Friday, June 28, the District Department of Transportation will temporarily close the right lane shoulder on the George Washington Memorial Parkway underneath the Francis Scott Key Bridge in both the north and southbound directions. The closures are scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m and end at 4:30 a.m. The lane closures are needed to complete the Key Bridge Rehabilitation Project. Motorists should use caution as they travel in these areas, anticipate moderate delays, and be mindful of the construction personnel. This schedule may change if there is bad weather. The project’s completion date has been extended.[ONGOING] Parkway pothole repair
Ongoing and weather permitting, crews are working to repair potholes along the Clara Barton and George Washington Memorial Parkways. Use caution in these areas and follow workers’ instructions.[ONGOING] Staging area construction traffic for Arlington Memorial Bridge rehabilitation
Ongoing and weather permitting, workers will move construction equipment and materials to the fenced staging areas south of Memorial Circle and on the Potomac River. The work will happen during the day and flaggers will direct traffic during temporary lane closures as trucks deliver material there. These closures will also affect the Mount Vernon Trail. The trail will not close, but users may have to wait while workers move material over it. Drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists should watch for flaggers who may be directing traffic while the work is going on. Learn more at go.nps.gov/memorialbridge.