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CINCINNATI, Oh. (May 16, 2019)— With nearly 43 million Americans traveling this year for Memorial Day, signaling the unofficial start of the summer travel season, AAA is warning local commuters to prepare now as a major 1-275 maintenance project in Northern Kentucky could have a significant impact.
“The start of the 1-275 Pavement Rehab Project may cause major traffic troubles for not only commuters, but those traveling by car beginning this weekend and during the Memorial Day holiday weekend,” said Jenifer Moore, AAA spokeswoman. “We are urging motorists to be mindful of the impact this project will have on their travel plans by planning ahead and taking the appropriate steps to minimize the madness.”
For the 37.6 million Americans traveling by automobile, INRIX, in collaboration with AAA, predicts drivers will experience the greatest amount of congestion on Thursday, May 24 and Friday, May 25 in the late afternoon as commuters leave work early and mix with holiday travelers. Several major U.S. metros could experience double the travel times compared to a normal trip, while New Yorkers and Washington, D.C., could see three times the delay.
“Drivers in the most congested metros should expect much worse conditions than normal,” said Trevor Reed, transportation analyst, INRIX. “Travelers should anticipate delays to start on Wednesday and continue through Memorial Day. Our advice to drivers is to avoid the morning and evening commuting times or plan alternate routes.”
AAA offers the following tips to travelers as the 1-275 Pavement Rehab Project kicks off this evening:
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