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Holiday Travel In Northeast May Be Lower Than Last Year Due To Superstorm Sandy

Slightly more Delawareans will be traveling next week for Thanksgiving, however the number of people traveling for the holiday next week may actually drop because of the ongoing impacts of Superstorm Sandy.

AAA Mid-Atlantic predicts that almost 118,000 Delawareans will be traveling at least 50 miles during the holiday travel period between November 21 and November 25. However, AAA says it’s too early to tell what the impact of Sandy will be on travel in the Northeast.

If you’re planning to travel to New York or New Jersey, be sure that there aren’t any power outages or road closures in the area of your destination. Travelers should be aware that gas rationing is continuing in southern New York, including New York City and Long Island.


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