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Posted at 06:07 AM ET, 07/11/2011

I-66 East sluggish at Chain Bridge Road

8:30 A.M. Update:

An accident at Longfellow and North Capitol streets could cause delays in that vicinity.

The accident on I-395 North at King Street is now blocking the right shoulder; the right center lane has reopened.

I-66 East remains snarled around Chain Bridge Road.

8:10 A.M. Update:

Expect headaches on I-395 North around Washington Boulevard.

There’s also an accident on I-395 North at King Street. The right center lane is blocked, so expect delays there as well.

7:45 A.M. Update:

I-66 East is still very backed up at Chain Bridge road.

I-395 North remains problematic around Seminary Road and Duke Street.

There is some congestion on I-95 North before the Springfield Interchange, but it’s not as bad as it was earlier this morning.

7:25 A.M. Update:

An accident on the outer loop of the Beltway in McLean is blocking the left side of the off-ramp to Georgetown Pike (in Virginia, just south of the G.W. Parkway).

7:05 A.M. Update:

There are some delays on I-395 North at Duke Street and Seminary Road.

The disabled vehicle has been cleared from the outer loop of the Beltway at the Little River Turnpike.

6:45 A.M. Update:

A disabled vehicle on the outer loop of the Beltway is blocking the left shoulder at the Little River Turnpike.

I-66 East is pretty jammed up approaching Chain Bridge Road.

6:25 A.M. Update:

The disabled vehicle on the inner loop has been cleared and the shoulder reopened.

Original Post:

We’ll be keeping tabs on any headaches, issues or problems we hear about on the roads this morning. Make sure to tell us about anything you see out there — either in the comments below or via Twitter (@DrGridlock).

So far:

I-95 North is already very backed up approaching the Fairfax County Parkway.

A disabled vehicle on the inner loop of the Beltway is blocking the right shoulder at Braddock Road.

The temporary closing of Branch Avenue on either side of Pennsylvania Avenue in Southeast Washington was scheduled to end by 5 a.m. this morning. If you’ve been using one of the detours during the road work, you can head back to your normal route.

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