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A shocking investigative report from NBC4, entitled "Parking May Be Tight At Nationals' New Stadium": "In just about 40 days, the Washington Nationals' new ballpark along the Anacostia River is set to open its gates for more than 40,000 fans. But while the stadium is expected to be ready, parking could still be a problem, News4's Tom Sherwood reported." Thank heavens that the lack of parking has finally been uncovered by the media, since it hasn't been talked about at all up to now. Coming soon, news organizations break the astonishing story that not all of Near Southeast will be built out and available for residents and visitors by Opening Day.
(Oh, come on, I get to be sarcastic once in a while!)
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If you haven't checked the Stadium Web Cam in the past few days (or sneaked a peek through the gap on South Capitol Street), you haven't seen the fun "Nationals Park" lettering now added across the top of the scoreboard. There are also red seats now being installed below the outfield restaurant.
I'm also hearing that this is the week that the traffic and parking plans for Opening Day are going to be released, so watch this space for the latest on that.
UPDATE: Looks like one of Channel 9's staffers got a ballpark tour on Friday--he's posted a few pictures.
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