It's a great Father's Day weekend for local travelers, with the Metrorail work as the main -- but not the only -- source of delays.
Watch for lane closings in the Tysons area, and in D.C., Metro has late-night work on all lines.
Congestion may decrease as vacations season starts, but work zones are more active.
A sultry and soupy weekend will see many traffic generating festivals. Metro will work on all lines. D.C. is opening new ramps on the 11th Street Bridge.
A long, cool weekend for the D.C. area includes concerts, parades and festivals. Almost all road work is suspended, but Metro will work on two lines.
Metrorail is working on all lines at night. The Silver Line project is busy, as are the highway departments.
Metro is working on three rail lines. The major road work delays are likely to be on I-95 south of D.C.
Metro has late-night work on all lines. Road and transit projects are active throughout the D.C. region.
The Race for the Cure and the Police Week 5K are likely to cause congestion in downtown D.C. on Saturday morning.
Riders may encounter week night delays on four Metro lines. Drivers should watch for lane closings in Tysons and along Route 267.