Headaches on the horizon
Thanksgiving Day traffic: Many people will be making trips of two to four hours for holiday visits, but overall, traffic will be light in most areas. Watch out for I-95 traffic north of Baltimore and southbound approaching the Wilson Bridge on Thursday.
The holiday rules regarding lane restrictions and parking apply on Thursday. You won't encounter road construction in the Washington region tonight or through the weekend. The Virginia Department of Transportation will switch the timing on signal lights around 14 big shopping areas in Northern Virginia for the holiday season, starting on Thanksgiving Day. The intention is to limit congestion and maximize traffic flow on the main roads.
November 25, 2009; 7:00 PM ET
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