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Posted at 6:25 AM ET, 12/26/2010

Site offers I-95 travel planning

By Washington Post Editors

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There's a grim forecast ahead for travelers on the East Coast heading home after the Christmas holiday, but a partnership of transportation-related agencies and organizations has created a real-time traffic site for major roads along the Interstate 95 corridor to help with navigation. covers 15 states and 24 metropolitan areas. The site offers information on congestion and speed for I-95, beltways around major cities and adjacent major roads.

Color codes indicate current conditions, green for normal, yellow for moderate congestion, red for heavy congestion, maroon for stop-and-go, and black to indicate a closed road.

By Washington Post Editors  | December 26, 2010; 6:25 AM ET
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