The holiday travel rush officially begins Tuesday—and it looks like it’s going to be busy!
With messy conditions coming, State Highway officials are warning people to change their plans for Thanksgiving travel.
It may be a holiday but the roads are filling up as millions of Americans head home after traveling for the long Labor Day weekend.
The remains of Tropical Storm Beryl soaked beach vacations and some Memorial Day remembrance services in southern Georgia and northern Florida on Monday and knocked out power to tens of thousands, though emergency officials said it hasn’t brought any major damage.
You’ll need your patience out there on the roadways as millions of people head out to their holiday destinations. Some are flying or taking the train, but most are driving.
Construction zones, delays at airports and traffic tie-ups. It’s what many people face on their holiday return trip this weekend.