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Delays expected this week for DASH routes to Pentagon

Electric DASH bus, photo via DASH/Facebook

Recent data showed the DASH bus routes to the Pentagon are some of the most widely used in the system, and those lines could see delays this week due to a lane closure.

Alexandria’s DASH bus system put out a service alert that a lane closure could cause 15-20 minute delays this week for lines 35, 103, and 104.

  • Line 35 runs from the Van Dorn Metro station to the Pentagon Metro station
  • Line 103 runs from the Braddock Metro station to the Pentagon Metro station via Glebe Road
  • Line 104 also runs from the Braddock Metro station to the Pentagon Metro station, but via Cameron Mills Drive and Parkfairfax

DASH said the delay will likely impact service on the lines on Wednesday (Jan. 4) and Thursday (Jan. 5).

Photo via DASH/Facebook

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