With a snowy morning in the nation’s capital, AAA Mid-Atlantic is advising area motorists to stay off the roads if at all possible.
More than 40 percent of the 5.5 million people in the Washington region plan to travel 50 miles or more over the holidays.
As 43 million people plan to pack planes, trains, and automobiles during the busiest travel period of the year, proper planning is essential this Thanksgiving if you want to avoid feeling like they’re all on the same road as you. Here’s some helpful tips before you hit the road.
AAA says the District has generated nearly $42 million in revenue from speeding cameras alone.
If you are one of the many commuters whose daily drive takes them through the District, you’ve seen the rash of new speed cameras populate city streets in the last year.
Gasoline prices have increased sharply over the past month and are expected to continue their climb through Labor Day.
AAA says more Marylanders are expected to travel away from home next week for the July 4th holiday.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says the District of Columbia’s use of speed and red-light cameras brought in a record $55 million in fiscal 2011 and could generate even more revenue this year.
It’s going to be a busy summer on Virginia’s roads and AAA is encouraging motorists to take preventative measures to make sure they don’t get stranded.
A survey of 402 law enforcement officers in Northern Virginia revealed texting while driving is the primary offense of drivers in construction zones — surpassing speeding, aggressive driving and even failure to obey changing traffic patterns.
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