Although you do not receive all your mail, many more services will be available on Wednesday during a national day of mourning for former President George H. W. Bush, who passed away on Friday. The US Postal Service announced that it would suspend regular mail delivery Wednesday "out of respect for the 41st President of the United States and to honor his important contributions to our country during his lifetime". Some services will, however, be maintained as the postal service progresses. for the holidays. "We will provide a limited parcel delivery service that day to ensure our network remains fluid and our parcel delivery operations will not be impacted to the detriment of our customers or business partners for the rest of the year." busy holiday season "statement said. [Guidance for federal employees issued on government closure Wednesday] D.C. and D.C. public schools will remain open. In a statement, CoC Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) encouraged residents to take the metro before "major traffic delays" began on Monday, as roads were closed around the Capitol to prepare for at funerals. Emergency parking restrictions, mainly in the northwestern part of the country, were also planned. The Public Works Department of the Roads Department will clean the processional roads, said the mayor's office, and the Department of Transportation's Department of Defense will display flags along the routes. .