Busiest Thanksgiving travel expected in over a decade

More than 48 million people are set to hit the road on Thanksgiving, and the Tuesday before is the worst time to drive, according to AAA.
1:08 | 11/20/18

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We have millions watching the weather as they hit the road and the holiday getaway expected to be the busiest in more than a decade, more than 48 million traveling for Thanksgiving. Some are already on their way and gio Benitez is out there right now on I-95. Gio, this is going to be the worst day to be on the road for many travelers. Reporter: Yeah, that's rile, good morning to you. A look at our road cam. We are already in traffic here in the New York area and here in the New York area we're looking at 6 to 8:00 P.M. Tonight as the worst times to be on the road. That's when we'll see the heaviest traffic here. Aaa has given us this list telling us the other worst cities include Boston, Seattle, Atlanta, Washington, D.C. And Detroit. Meanwhile, San Francisco, los Angeles and Chicago will have the heaviest traffic tomorrow. You better be prepared to leave early because the worst driving times there tomorrow, 1:00 to 4:00 P.M. As far as air travel talking about this, record-breaking, 25 million people expected to fly so just expect those delays, robin. We'll do that. Thank you.

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