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Expect Traffic Delays in N. Va. Friday During 9/11 Motorcycle Ride

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Those living, working and traveling through the Northern Virginia region may want to read the latest advisory from the Office of Personnel Management.

A motorcycle ride will take place Friday to commemorate the tenth anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001. The Virginia Department of Transportation said in an advisory it expects the nearly 1,800 riders to begin arriving in Loudoun County by 2 p.m.

The riders will travel with a police escort on the Dulles Greenway, the Dulles Toll Road, Interstate 66 and Route 110 South, before leaving the region between 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.

OPM said the federal government will remain open, but warned federal workers to expect major traffic disruptions Friday afternoon and evening. OPM urged employees to use telework or consider taking leave Friday.

OPM also advised federal employees to contact their agency human resources offices for assistance.

Click here to view the full motorcycle route.

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