Major Northbound I-395 Lane Closures This Weekend

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Updated 12:38 p.m. Thu, Aug 9
This weekend, the Virginia Department of Transportation will continue major closures of the general purpose lanes of I-395 in Virginia between the Springfield Interchange and the Washington, D.C., line. The fourth of six scheduled closures will be in effect from 10 p.m. on Friday, August 10, through early morning Monday, August 13. This weekend’s closures will affect the northbound lanes.

The scheduled closures are part of coordinated bridge work related to both the 395 Express Lanes project and rehabilitation of the Four Mile Run bridge.

During this weekend’s work:

At least two northbound lanes will remain open during the day; travel may be reduced to one open northbound general purpose lane overnight.
At least one HOV lane will remain open northbound for through traffic during the work.
The HOV access ramps to I-395 at Seminary Road and Shirlington Circle will be closed to northbound 395 traffic and detours will be in place; local traffic is advised to use an alternate route. Access to the northbound HOV lanes from Seminary Road and Shirlington Circle will be available for all traffic heading to the Pentagon and Washington, D.C.
Drivers are encouraged to use alternate routes for through traffic, including northbound HOV lanes. Those who must travel the corridor should plan for extra travel time, obey all signage and otherwise exercise caution.

The 395 Express Lanes, a project of the Virginia Department of Transportation and Transurban, are expected to open to traffic in late 2019.

The lanes will extend the current lanes eight miles north to the D.C. line. For
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For information about alternative transportation options in Alexandria, visit

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