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9-11 Memorial dedicated at the Pentagon

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On Thursday, September 11th, a new memorial honoring the victims of the September 11 attack on the Pentagon will be dedicated. Thousands of guests will be at the Pentagon to witness this historic event. During morning rush hour, commuters are advised that traffic delays are expected around the Pentagon due to road closures and limited access to the Pentagon.

 

The Pentagon Transit Center will only be open to Metrorail. Metro bus and all other commuter bus routes that normally service commuters at the Pentagon Transit Center will be relocated to the Pentagon City Metrorail station from 2 am to 1 pm *

 

The memorial will be open to the general public at 7pm that day.

 

The following roads will be closed from 4 am to 2 pm:

 

* Washington Blvd Eastbound closed at I-395 and Columbia Pike

* Washington Blvd Westbound from Memorial Bridge

* Washington Blvd Westbound from I-395

* Washington Blvd Westbound from Hayes Street

* I-395 Northbound HOV–no access to Washington Blvd

* I-395 Southbound to Pentagon South Parking

* Columbia Pike closed from Joyce Street to Pentagon South Parking

 

The following roads will be closed at 3 am and will open when possible:

 

* Sout Fern Street from Army Navy Drive to the Pentagon

* South Eads Street from Army Navy Drive to the Pentagon

* Rotary Road closed throughout Pentagon South parking

* North /South Connector road at Pentagon

* I-395 Northbound HOV–access to Eads Street, must exit to Army Navy Drive

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