- The Washington Times - Monday, June 11, 2018

Get ready to find an alternate way to work Tuesday if you work downtown in the District. 

The Capitals’ victory parade will heavily affect traffic, and the following roads will be closed from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.:

  • Inbound 14th Street Bridge Main Line - all traffic will be directed toward Eastbound I-395
  • Inbound 14th Street Bridge HOV - all traffic will be directed toward Eastbound I-395
  • Northbound 12th Street Tunnel - all traffic will be directed toward Eastbound I-395
  • Eastbound Theodore Roosevelt Bridge - all traffic will be directed toward E Street Expressway/Potomac River Freeway 
  • Southbound 9th Street Tunnel 
  • Constitution Avenue, NW from 6th Street to 23rd Street, NW
  • 9th Street, NW from Pennsylvania Avenue, NW to I-395 
  • 10th Street, NW from Pennsylvania Avenue, NW to Constitution Avenue, NW
  • 12th Street, NW from Pennsylvania Avenue, NW to Constitution Avenue, NW
  • 14th Street from Pennsylvania Avenue, NW to Independence Avenue, SW
  • 15th Street from Pennsylvania Avenue, NW to Independence Avenue, SW
  • 17th Street from Pennsylvania Avenue, NW to Independence Avenue, SW
  • 18th Street from New York Avenue, NW to Constitution Avenue, NW
  • 19th Street from Virginia Avenue, NW to Constitution Avenue, NW
  • 20th Street from C Street, NW to Constitution Avenue, NW
  • 21st  Street from C Street, NW to Constitution Avenue, NW
  • 22nd Street from C Street, NW to Constitution Avenue, NW
  • 23rd Street from Virginia Avenue, NW to Constitution Avenue, NW
  • Virginia Avenue, NW from 18th Street to 19th Street, NW
  • Madison Drive from 4th to 15th Streets, NW
  • Jefferson Drive from 14th to 4th Streets, SW
  • Henry Bacon Drive, SW from Lincoln Memorial Circle to Constitution Avenue, NW
  • Parkway Drive, SW from Independence Avenue, to Lincoln Memorial Circle

The parade, moving down Constitution Avenue, starts at 11 a.m.


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