Steve Eldridge, in his traffic column in the Examiner today
, reports he has heard very few complaints from readers related to the Douglass Bridge closure
and its spillover effects. "It seems like the city did a very good job at planning ahead for this event including the decision to do the work during the summer months, when traffic volumes are at their lows for the year. [...] I know that we give the District a hard time in this space, but this project seems to be something that has been well thought out and well executed ... at least so far." Dr. Gridlock in the Post wrote a lot about it in his Get There blog
early last week, but hasn't covered it for a few days.