It was on this day fifty years ago that the Capital Beltway, Interstate 495, was completed in Northern Virginia. I suppose many commuters would have found it opening a day earlier more apropos as the road seems more a burden than anything else and the SPEED LIMIT 55 signs to be a mockery.
The completed Telegraph Road interchange near Alexandria, Va. concludes the nearly 13 year project to rebuild the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and approaches on the Capital Beltway (I-95 & I-495)
Beneath the surface, the Beltway crumbles – The Post The core infrastructure of the Capital Beltway (Interstate 495 and between Springfield, Va. and Beltsville, Md. […]
Recently, I overheard somebody praising the new Transurban I-495 EZ Pass Express Lanes (also known as HOT Lanes for High Occupancy or Toll) because “they […]