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Major Roadways in Washington, D.C.
Your trip through Washington, D.C. will likely take you over at least one of the following interstate highways in the district:
Washington, D.C. Transportation Statistics
- One corridor in the Washington, D.C. area makes the list of the 100 worst freight highway bottlenecks in the country. I-395 from US-50 to VA-236 makes No. 93 on the list.
- The average one-way commute in Washington, D.C. takes 30 minutes, about three and a half minutes longer than the national average.
- Eight bridges and more than 402 miles of highway in Washington, D.C. are in poor condition, and driving over roads that require repairs costs local drivers as much as $1,100 every year.