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Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Trends on I-95 in Virginia

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I-95 Exit Guide - www.i95exitguide.comWithout a doubt one of the most congested portions of I-95 is in Virginia. More specifically, south of Washington, DC. Using historical traffic data the Virginia Department of Transportation has compiled a helpful list of the most problematic zones of congestion and the times to experience highest levels of traffic.

Areas experiencing the heaviest congestion:

  • I-95 Northbound from the I-64 overlap in Richmond to the I-395/I-495 Springfield Interchange on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday during the afternoon to mid-evening hours.
  • Southbound from I-395/I-495 Springfield interchange to Fredericksburg on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday during the late morning through early evening hours and from the mid-morning to early afternoon hours on Thursday. Southbound between the two U.S. 17 exits on Friday from late morning to early afternoon hours.
  • Southbound from Carmel Church (State Route 207) to Ashland (State Route 54) on Sundays during the mid-morning to late evening with pockets of congestion from Ashland to Colonial Heights on Wednesday during the same hours

For detailed information on traveling I-95, including exit services, real-time traffic, weather and more, visit The I-95 Exit Guide.

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