The Utah Department of Transportation said they anticipate the heaviest traffic Thursday, July 2nd between noon and 7 p.m. particularly in the 3 o’clock hour. A second period of high traffic is expected Saturday, July 4th from 10:30 p.m. until just after midnight.
With 4th of July falling on a weekend this year, many Americans are expected to hit the roads. Check out these tips for staying safe.
Packing for a trip is not the fun part of vacation, but it can be a little easier with these tips.
Nearly 2,800 flights have been canceled and nearly 3,500 have been delayed across the country Monday morning. The delays come before Winter Storm Juno pounds the East coast. Cities like Boston, Philadelphia, New York and Washington DC will all be affected.
All week long we're giving you an inside look at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas.
If you're hitting the roadways Friday, you may want to slow down. Temperatures are expected to stay below freezing today and much of the roadways that have been iced over, will continue to be iced today.
Heading out of town? You need to be prepares, otherwise it could be a long, wintry road to your destination. Red Cross of Utah stops by with some tips on what to have before traveling for the holidays.
TSA shows Good 4 Utah the screening process after your bags have been checked in with airlines.
It is expected to be the busiest travel day since 2007. Millions of people will be hitting the roads and airports all over the country and it won't be any different here in Utah.
Locals and visitors to Utah can now embrace the beauty of the Great Salt Lake from the water.