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Drivers should expects delays and road closures in the District Sunday, due to the Washington, D.C. Triathlon. Most streets are expected to reopen by noon today.
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Drivers should expects delays and road closures in the District Sunday, due to the Washington, D.C. Triathlon. Most streets are expected to reopen by noon today.

Some roads like Pennsylvania Avenue near the National Mall have already been closed since last evening. Other shutdowns begin this morning.

The roadways affected include:

  • Constitution Avenue from 14th to 3rd Streets NW
  • 14th Street from Independence Avenue to Constitution Avenue
  • Pennsylvania Avenue from 1st to 3rd Streets NW
  • 3rd Street from Maryland Avenue to C Street NW
  • 9th Street tunnel.
  • Many of the entrances to Rock Creek Parkway and Whitehurst Freeway are also closed.

    Most of the roadways are scheduled to reopen by noon today.

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