Washington commuters know about the demands of hosting national and international events. Still, they are in for a rare and challenging experience Monday and Tuesday [April 12-13, 2010], when world leaders gather at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for a nuclear security summit.
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We know which streets are marked for closing, but police can block other streets for security at their discretion. And we’ll have more than 40 world leaders in town. That’s a lot of motorcades.
Likely D.C. traffic problems during nuclear security summit, The Washington Post, April 11, 2010