Closures and Construction
Key Bridge Exit Closure
The National Park Service will be closing the exit ramp from southbound George Washington Memorial Parkway to Key Bridge prior to morning rush hour on Monday, August 24. The ramp will remain closed through Friday, August 28. During this closure, crews will reconstruct the entire road surface, requiring extensive milling, gravel excavation and replacement, and laying new asphalt. Minor curb replacement will also be completed during this time. There will be no detours. Please expect delays and plan alternate routes.
Spout Run Parkway Mill and Overlay Road Work
The George Washington Memorial Parkway (GWMP) will begin a roadway project on July 27, 2015, which is expected to last through late September, along Spout Run Parkway in both directions between GWMP and Lorcom Lane. The project will also include work on the southbound GWMP ramp to Key Bridge, and Rosslyn Circle Ramp onto northbound GWMP. Throughout the 50-day project, motorists should expect single lane closures for a period of up to 10 days per lane in order to mill and overlay the road and replace the guard-rails. No detours will be in place, so please plan accordingly for delays, especially during rush hour. Every effort is being made to complete the work in a timely manner and minimize traffic delays.
Last updated 4/20/2015 9 am