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Please close it! 2020 Spring Festival Expressway travel guide is here

Time: January 9, 2020 13:59:25 China Finance
Original title: Please close it! 2020 Spring Festival Expressway travel guide came to CCTV News: Yesterday (January 8), the Ministry of Transport released the 2020 Spring Festival Expressway travel forecast analysis report. According to the report, during the Spring Festival Transport in 2020, the national high-speed travel peak is expected to be January 30.

According to the traffic big data monitoring research, it is estimated that on January 18th (the second month of the 24th month of the month), the peak of high-speed driving back to hometown will be the obvious migration of first-tier cities, while some people will flow to big cities, and the number of passengers will increase in the reverse of the Spring Festival. During the Spring Festival, January 25 (the first day of the first month) is a small peak for visiting relatives and friends. The hottest spots are the ancient city and temple fairs; the holidays are January 29 (the fifth day of the first month) and January 30 (the sixth day of the first month) High-speed driving return trip peaks occurred; on February 2 (the first day of the ninth day of the first month) and February 9 (the first day of the 16th day) after the holidays, there will also be a small wave of high-speed return trips.

According to data from the 2017-2019 Spring Festival period, the overall congestion trend during the three-year Spring Festival period is relatively consistent, and the degree of congestion is increasing year by year. It is expected that the congestion during the 2020 Spring Festival period will be more concentrated. It is estimated that during the Spring Festival, the peak of high-speed travel across the country will be January 30 (the sixth day of the first month). As the work starts on the seventh day of the first month, a large number of people will return to their work places on the fifth and sixth days.

According to the traffic data of the Ministry of Transport, it is estimated that the high-speed popular service areas are concentrated in the Pearl River Delta and the Yangtze River Delta , which are the two economic zones with frequent vehicle traffic within the urban agglomeration. Most of the service areas are more than 1 hour away from the city center. Self-driving users are advised to avoid fatigue driving and pay attention to driving safety.
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