Dulles Metro Project Could Mean Route 7 Delays

Trucks traveling to area midday Wednesday

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    Traffic could be delayed in Fairfax County, Va., Wednesday because of Dulles Metro Project work.

    Tuesday, trucks took massive pieces of equipment to just west of Tysons Corner for the construction of a power substation. That caused delays in the area.

    Wednesday, trucks from Winchester will travel along Route 7 and arrive at Chathams Ford Drive along the Dulles Toll Road about 1 p.m. or 2 p.m. In areas where the road isn’t wide enough for multiple vehicles, rolling blockades will be implemented.

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    Drivers in Fairfax County may find afternoon delays Wednesday as crews bring in large pieces of equipment for part of the Metro-to-Dulles project.

    Trucks will access Chathams Ford Drive from Beulah Road.

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