The impact begins Sunday, with parking restrictions around the Washington Convention Center.
This highly disruptive event will affect thousands of travelers all across the city through mid-afternoon.
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These are some noteworthy dates when we're likely to experience disruptions in local travel.
Parking will also be limited as far west as 15th Street.
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Police said the man barricaded himself in his office.
Cars are being redirected onto Massachusetts Avenue.
Streets near the Ellipse will be closed and Metrobus service disrupted during the afternoon rush.
Package falling off a vehicle forced closure of bridge and part of 14th Street NW as investigators checked it out over security concerns.