The Thanksgiving holiday weekend is fast coming to an end and lots of people are taking to the skies or the rails for the trip home today.
Triple A Mid-Atlantic’s Jim Lardear says if you can get the driving done before the weather turns, do so, but if you absolutely have to travel Wednesday, take your time.
Instead of gathering at someone’s home this Thanksgiving, make plans for a destination Thanksgiving getaway that the entire family will enjoy.
One of the busiest travel periods of the entire year is just about two weeks away. If you haven’t booked Thanksgiving airfare yet, you’re not entirely out of luck.
What are you thankful for? This year, you might find that your answer is long weekends, memorable adventures and time spent with the ones you love, so ditch the turkey in favor a quick getaway over the four-day weekend.
3 to 6 inches of snow could fall until a gradual changeover to rain overnight.
Pennsylvania State Police have released statistics for this year’s Thanksgiving travel period in the Philadelphia area, which again proved deadly.
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.
Nearly half a million people from the Philadelphia area will travel 50-miles or more for Thanksgiving, with most of them saying they planned to leave tomorrow, according to AAA Mid Atlantic. But, a nasty weather forecast is changing some of those plans.
Tens of millions of Americans will be traveling this week to catch up with loved ones and friends for Thanksgiving. But for many of those taking to the sky to reach their destinations, the journey has already begun.
The expected Arctic blast blowing through the area Sunday will keep it feeling below freezing all day and night.
Traveling with special needs children takes planning anytime, but during the holidays its crucial to be prepared.
The coldest air of the season rides out of Canada on strong winds and makes a too early and too long trip to the Delaware Valley.
The timing now brings in precipitation late on Tuesday and gone by early Thursday.
A new travel survey released by AAA suggests that the fragile economy may be keeping some people closer to home.