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Christmas 'exodus', heavy border traffic tomorrow

Christmas 'exodus', heavy border traffic tomorrow

Holiday departures toward ski resorts

TRIESTE, 21 dicembre 2023, 13:16

Redazione ANSA



Christmas vacation departures, particularly to the mountains and ski resorts, and the return for the holidays to their home countries of workers from northeastern Europe and commercial vehicles will affect, in the coming hours, the traffic along the Autostrade Alto Adriatico network, according to forecasts just released by the company.
    These circumstances will significantly increase traffic in border areas as early as today. The peak, however, is expected tomorrow, especially in the early afternoon and evening, with heavy traffic along the Udine/Trieste route of the A4.
    Calmer days will follow - according to forecasts - also thanks to the stop of heavy vehicle traffic, scheduled for Sunday 24, Monday 25, Tuesday 26, and Sunday 31, from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
    Light traffic is estimated along the Upper Adriatic Motorways next week, with no trucks circulating.
    The first returns to northern Italy through Autostrade Alto Adriatico's gateway will coincide with the start of the sales: the dates to mark on the calendar for those who will be on the road again are Friday, January 5, when there could be queues at the San Donà di Piave toll booth, due to the presence of shopping centers, and particularly on Saturday, January 6, with heavy traffic still along the A4, but toward Venice. Workers are also expected to return on that weekend, given the reopening of the schools attended by their children.


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