Signals Dark as Commuters Go Back to Work
July 2, 2012 6:56 am - Potomac Local News
CONTINUING STORM COVERAGE
MONDAY MORNING COMMUTE
The word is out this morning that the commute could be difficult, as power remains out in many parts of the region.
On the roads, multiple traffic signals in Fairfax County remain dark. Police urged drivers to take extra time for their commute and treat dark intersections as four-way stops. Those intersections include:
–Route 123/International Drive
–Route 50/Gallows Road
–Route 50/Nutley Street
–West Ox Road/Fair Lakes Parkway
–Route 1/Telegraph Road
–Hummer Road/Gallows Road
–Fort Hunt/Belle Haven
–Baron Cameron/Fairfax County Parkway
–Reston Parkway/Lawyers Road
–Route 50/Stringfellow Road
All intersections in eastern Prince William County should now have power, police announced Sunday.
High Occupancy Vehicle restrictions are lifted this morning on Interstate 66 inside of the Capital Beltway.
Virginia Railway Express
Virginia’s only commuter railroad, Virginia Railway Express, is operating on a regular schedule today, but it warned riders commute times may be slower as some debris is still being cleared from tracks.
All 86 Metro stations were scheduled to open on time today.