Less Construction, But More Thanksgiving Traffic on I-95 in North Carolina

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This year, AAA estimates that more than 54 million Americans will be traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, a nearly five percent increase over 2017.

I-95 drivers in North Carolina will encounter less road construction as the NC Department of Transportation is suspending most road and lane closures on major highways from Tuesday, November 20 until Monday, November 26.

For those getting on the road to visit family, don’t forget these tips that can help you arrive safely:

  • Try to leave early and get a head start on your trip or travel during non-peak hours;
  • Put down your cell phone and focus on the road – distracted driving is one of the main causes of crashes; and
  • Be patient and obey the posted speed limit. Yours and others’ lives matter.

Click it or Ticket enforcement will also be increasing as law enforcement looks to keep drivers safe. While traveling, remember to follow the rules and buckle up so everyone stays safe.

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