Long lines and delays at airports nationwide, thanks to a massive storm traveling across the country. Add in the start of holiday travel and many passengers are left in limbo.
With Thanksgiving just hours away, Marylanders are already hitting the road for the holiday. Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to travel this week, but with higher gas prices and airfare, it won’t come cheap.
Maryland highway officials say they are offering holiday motorists new ways to keep ahead of traffic jams this year.
If you’re like millions of Americans out there, you’re traveling this holiday weekend. Whether it’s by road, rail or air, Friday is one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Millions of Marylanders are headed out for the holidays. Their final stop: A destination that’s an hour or more from home.
The holiday rush is in full effect right now. Tens of thousands of Marylanders and millions of Americans are on the road.
A sea of brake lights. The weather is causing major speed bumps in the holiday getaway as more and more people try to get a head start on Thanksgiving.
Believe it or not, some folks are already getting a jump on their holiday travel and they’ll be in good company. About one million people more than last year are expected to be traveling this Thanksgiving.
The Maryland Transportation Authority says choosing your travel time wisely can help avoid holiday traffic delays.
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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.
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