The AAA Mid-Atlantic estimates more than a half million Philadelphia-area residents will travel 50 miles or more away from home over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Refer to this holiday travel guide for what to see and do in New York City over the holidays.
It does not matter if travelers fly, drive, take the bus or go by train, there are different things they can do to lessen the stress of traveling during the holidays.
As the chaotic holiday travel season approaches, the agency wanted to remind the public what carry-on items are no-nos.
Dreading that trip to the airport to head home for Thanksgiving? A travel lobbying group is issuing a dire warning…that things could get that busy on a regular basis year round…and soon.
Celebrating Thanksgiving might be a difficult thing to do, especially if you have to travel abroad during the holiday. However, with a few simple changes and a little bit of adjusting, it is still possible to make Thanksgiving enjoyable for you and others wherever you are.
Instead of gathering at someone’s home this Thanksgiving, make plans for a destination Thanksgiving getaway that the entire family will enjoy.
At the Farley Service Plaza along the Atlantic City Expressway, many travelers who hit the road early Sunday said their commute back home was a smooth one.
Analysts say gas prices are at the highest they’ve been for the July 4th weekend in six years.
At Philadelphia International Airport Tuesday night, there were plenty of happy holiday reunions.
According to the FAA, due to low clouds and fog, some arrivals were seeing delays averaging about 30-minutes.
Getting ready to hit the road for the holidays? So are a lot of other people around here, according to AAA.
From shipping your luggage to taking public transportation to the airport, we’ve assembled a few of our favorite tips for saving money on holiday travel. You don’t have to waste your whole holiday budget on getting home this year!
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AAA was projecting a decrease of about 1.5% in holiday travelers this Thanksgiving weekend, and that projection seemed to be right on at 30th Street Station on Sunday night, where travelers were enjoying a pretty easy ride home.