If you’re driving in D.C. on Election Day, here are parking restrictions and potential street closures as residents head to the polls.
“We are all looking forward to every vote being counted, no matter how long it takes,” D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said Thursday, vowing the city will stay safe regardless of who the next president will be.
The following streets will be posted as “Emergency No Parking” from midnight Tuesday (Election Day) to
D.C. police said they do not expect street closures but there could be intermittent closures in the downtown area based on public safety.
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You can keep up with street closures on D.C. police’s traffic Twitter.
Drivers should mind emergency no-parking signs, as vehicles that violate the posted signs will be ticketed or towed.
Below is a map of the affected areas.
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