Busy holiday travel expected


The Ohio Department of Transportation is expecting higher traffic volume on the state's roads this Thanksgiving holiday. ODOT said this week that automobile association group Triple-A is estimating the highest single-year increase in Thanksgiving travel since 2005. Officials say over two-million Ohioans will travel between today and Sunday, with 90 percent expected to use motor vehicles. To help ease congestion ODOT is suspending roadwork and will open as many lanes as possible but still advises travelers to add extra time to their commutes.


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