The Pope's Traffic

Taking a look at today's situation on the Metro and the area's roads, Dr. Gridlock has posted an update on this morning's traffic situation on his Get There blog. So far, it seems, things are under control despite the unusual morning volume and reroutings caused by the papal mass.

By David Marino-Nachison |  April 17, 2008; 8:55 AM ET
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I can't find anything in today's paper or on this blog which gives me information on the Pope's schedule for tomorrow (Friday) and beyond.

I will be taking Metro to Union Station tomorrow morning and Amtrak to Manhattan, where I will spend the weekend. I understand he will be in NY also. I want to avoid Pope-related traffic/security but don't know where he will be and when.

Posted by: Lawrence D. Powers | April 17, 2008 12:56 PM

the wall street journal has the full itinerary... way showing up the washington post on this one

Posted by: | April 17, 2008 3:22 PM

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