Photo by Hannah Goldstein
Thanks to Hanna and Clint for sending from 4th and New York Ave, NW. Updates as we get more reports.
Photo by Clint Lohse
Clint writes: “Climate protest is redirecting all traffic coming off 395N at NY Ave into downtown.”
Update from DC Police Traffic: “Protesters have 12th Street & Independence Avenue, SW BLOCKED. MPD on scene Follow Police Direction”
Photo by Eric Lee
“Overheard a driver stuck at the intersection of 14th street and independence, “what do they care? I drive a Prius!””
Photo by Meg
“S9 terminating at L and 16th this morning. Looks like a good crowd!”
Photo by Haley
” A poor N4 headed northbound is caught on the south side of 18th below Mass. Seems like all buses on that root to Friendship Heights will be cut off.
Shoutout to the quick police presence tapping off the intersection to protect protestors and drivers. And for directing traffic away from It”
Photo by Ryan
“NY Ave heading west from 1st Street NW at 820 am and the 395 tunnel entrance a few minutes later. Not sure how far back NY Ave was blocked by police but at least back to North Cap. A few people were in handcuffs at the tunnel entrance.”
Photo by Kate
“16th and K #ShutDownDC cops are working to cut the people from the boat so they can tow it away”
Photo by Charlie – looking towards Union Station
Photo by Yasmine
“Several major intersections in DuPont circle have been shut down by climate strikers. Looks like they’re serving their purpose.”
Photo by Kelsey
“The Mass Ave group set a dumpster on fire”
Photo by Kristen
18th and Mass at 9:45am.
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