Monday, November 19, 2012

Holiday traffic

  • Survival guide for DC area's holiday traffic

    The D.C. region's traffic patterns are about to change in some complex ways. While it happens every year at the same time and in pretty much the same way, it can be as disconcerting to local travelers as the first couple of weeks after summer vacation ...

  • Lambert-St. Louis International Airport Expects Increased Holiday Traffic

    "The busy holiday travel season will mean more volume/traffic around the airport," said Lambert Airport Director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge.

  • Prepare for unavoidable holiday traffic delays

    Ultimately, drivers should be flexible because delays may be unavoidable, no matter which day they leave. WTOP Traffic will not be taking off for the holidays. Drivers can report traffic problems by calling 877-222-1035 or by using #1035 on Verizon and ...

  • AAA Predicts a Slight Increase in Holiday Traffic

    The American Automobile Association expects a very small increase in holiday traffic over Thanksgiving, which it defines as Wednesday to Sunday.

  • Holiday traffic control on city council agenda

    The item is to authorize the mayor to sign an agreement with Wilburn Engineering, LLC for traffic signal timing during the 2012 holiday season between Thanksgiving and New Year's. The agreement will provide special timing services on selected traffic ...

  • Police gear up for holiday traffic

    Heavy traffic has become synonymous with Thanksgiving and Black Friday, but local and state agencies say they are preparing to make the drive over the river and through the woods smoother this holiday weekend. The Ohio Department of Transportation's ...

  • Holiday traffic crackdown already underway

    The Iowa State Patrol is starting a week of traffic enforcement for the Thanksgiving holiday week. Officers said the main focus of the crackdown will be on seat belt enforcement.

  • Troopers expect heavy holiday traffic in Tennessee Valley

    "Certainly with traffic as heavy as it will be during the Thanksgiving holiday, we do not want you texting and driving.

  • Holiday Traffic Safety & Crime Prevention Initiatives

    With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, the crisp nip in the air and "Black Friday" shopping right around the corner, the holiday season excitement begins. The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office, in cooperation with the Maryland State Police ...

  • Iowa troopers, officers start holiday traffic enforcement

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  • No significant increase in holiday traffic expected

    STEVENSVILLE - What is traditionally considered to be the heaviest holiday travel period of the year is almost upon us and while officials are expecting lots of people to be traveling by car they foresee no significant increases in traffic volume. AAA ...

  • AAA forecasts holiday traffic to grow for 4th year

    AAA projects 43.6 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, an increase of 0.7 percent over the 43.3 million people who traveled last year.

  • San Francisco Will Have the Worst Thanksgiving Traffic in the Nation

    San Franciscans can expect the longest traffic delays in the nation, followed by New York, during the Thanksgiving holiday, according to INRIX, a leading global provider of traffic information. Holiday congestion nationwide has decreased almost 23 ...

  • Weather Blog: Holiday Travel Weather Update

    This year it looks like holiday traffic rather than mother nature will slow you down. Early in the work week a series of weak upper level waves move over the far northern and western portion of the state.

  • Holiday traffic expected to cause extended weekend border delays

    Holiday traffic expected to cause extended weekend border delays. Published on Wed, Nov 7, 2012. Read More News. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is reminding drivers planning to cross the border this weekend to be prepared for holiday traffic.

  • Maryland offering text, email traffic alerts for Thanksgiving holiday travelers

    BALTIMORE - Maryland highway officials say they are offering holiday motorists new ways to keep ahead of traffic jams this year.

  • Holiday traffic delay warning after crash

    Holiday traffic in the central North Island will be held up after a crash involving four motorbikes near National Park. Police and emergency services were at the scene on State Highway 4 where it was believed two of the riders have moderate injuries.

  • Use tools to plan holiday travel; what to expect this week

    Heavy traffic is expected Friday morning at I-5 exits to downtown Seattle, when people make their way to the annual Macy's Holiday Parade. The Seattle Marathon will close ramps on I-5 and Highway 520 along with the I-5 and I-90 express lanes on Sunday.

  • Officials gear up for increased traffic on Thanksgiving

    State officials are warning Massachusetts residents that holiday traffic will be heavy as residents journey long distances for family turkey dinners.

  • Police to up enforcement for holiday

    "With heavy traffic expected for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, it's crucial that we encourage drivers now to make sure that all passengers are properly restrained whenever they travel.

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