Knowing the worst Thanksgiving travel times can be useful for your vacation plans.
“Are we there already?”
Many Americans find themselves asking this question while stuck in the traffic next week on their way to their Thanksgiving destinations.
For a Turkey Day traffic snafus, Waze, the traffic and navigation app, has revealed what he thinks are the worst time for motorists.
The company looked at “more than 90 million monthly active users” and “how they drove, especially around the holidays” in 2016, spokeswoman Terry Wei told Fox News. Here is what travelers should know:
Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 5 pm is the worst time to go home, Waze forecasts. The figure applies throughout the country, Wei said.
Waze predicts that 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 27, be the worst times to travel.
“But we also see a peak of half-day trips on Sunday, with the worst traffic for 2 hours,” the company notes.
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While 7 hours and 5 hours of the normal traffic times for the drivers, Wei said Waze analysts expect that the traffic on those moments, on Nov. 27 “is even worse in comparison with a normal day.”
Looking across the country
Waze has revealed what he thinks will be the worst time to travel to the U.S. from Nov. 21 Nov. 27. These are:
Tuesday, Nov. 21 – 4 pm to 6 pm
Wednesday, Nov. 22 – 3 pm to 5 pm
Thursday, November. 23 – 12 hours to 2 hours
Friday, November. 24 – 2 pm to 4 pm
Saturday, Nov. 25 – 2 pm to 5 pm
Sunday, Nov. 26 – 1 pm to 3 pm
Monday, Nov. 27 – 4 pm to 6 pm