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The weather impacted the hundreds of thousands of Marylanders trying to travel to their Thanksgiving destination.
The Thanksgiving travel rush is on! A new study finds Tuesday night’s rush hour is the most congested time on highways in the region for the entire Thanksgiving week.
The holidays are a time when everyone plans to travel. Not only are travelers going to visit family, but they are looking for a getaway from their daily routines. That is why this time of year is one of the most expensive times to travel. However, traveling during this time of year does not have to break the bank.
The rush to get somewhere for Thanksgiving is already on and a new study finds one of the busiest days on the road isn’t actually the day before Thanksgiving as many suspect.
Refer to this holiday travel guide for what to see and do in New York City over the holidays.
Across the country, more than 46 million people will be traveling for Thanksgiving weekend. It’s the highest number in seven years.
It does not matter if travelers fly, drive, take the bus or go by train, there are different things they can do to lessen the stress of traveling during the holidays.
Celebrating Thanksgiving might be a difficult thing to do, especially if you have to travel abroad during the holiday. However, with a few simple changes and a little bit of adjusting, it is still possible to make Thanksgiving enjoyable for you and others wherever you are.
Instead of gathering at someone’s home this Thanksgiving, make plans for a destination Thanksgiving getaway that the entire family will enjoy.
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.
Metro is running on a Saturday schedule for the Fourth of July holiday, but will add trains in the afternoon and evening to help accommodate crowds going to see the fireworks.