Metrobus and private vehicle travel on our section of Connecticut Avenue will be disrupted over the coming month by roadwork. Curbed DC has details:
A mile and a half of Connecticut Avenue NW—between Cleveland Park and Chevy Chase, D.C.—is slated for roughly one month of temporary lane closures due to road resurfacing, according to the District Department of Transportation (DDOT).
The “No Parking” signs taped up along Connecticut Avenue Friday indicate that work on the stretch between Van Ness Street and Nebraska Avenue will begin with the northbound lanes, and that this first phase will run from Wednesday, September 4th to Tuesday the 17th.
The DC Line posted the DDOT press release Friday. The entire project is scheduled for completion on October 4th. Once work is under way, DDOT’s contractor, Fort Myer Construction, is authorized to work weekdays between morning and afternoon rush hours and Saturdays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.