Drivers are being asked to avoid certain parts of Route 123 in McLean on Monday night as the Metropolitian Washington Airports Authority oversees the installation of a second portion of a pedestrian footbridge at the McLean metro station.
The station, part of the new silver line, is still under construction and is not expected to open for more than a year. It is located at the intersection of Route 123 and Scott Crossing Road/Colshire Drive.
"The bridge work will require six intermittent 5 to 20-minute full closures of Route 123 north and south, as well as some closings of Old Meadow Road/Capital One Drive and Colshire Drive/Scotts Crossing Road," MWAA advises in a press release.
All lanes are expected to be open by 5 a.m. Tuesday.