Thanksgiving Travel Tips

The NC Department of Transportation is warning drivers to prepare for heavier traffic than normal and congestion as people make their way to Thanksgiving destinations. One of the heaviest travel days will be today.

According to AAA Carolinas, no significant construction delays along North Carolina interstates are expected. However, some sections will have lower speed limits due to ongoing construction.

Additionally, AAA Carolinas says drivers on US 17 in Bertie County should use the U.S. 17 Bypass around Windsor. Delays are possible at the Cashie River Bridge in Windsor because it is reduced to one lane.

For current road conditions, in North Carolina dial 511, or click here

For traffic and road closure information across the country, click here

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For information on airport delays, click here

For the airplane carry-on rules, click here

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  • by Native Location: Grantsboro on Nov 23, 2011 at 05:43 AM
    Hhhhh. Again I will keep my comments to myself.

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