Thanksgiving Travel Tips: When To Head Out, What Food Can You Bring On Board A Plane, Where To Stop For Gas & MoreThanksgiving is considered one of the busiest travel periods of the holiday season, and this year will be no exception.
Holiday Travel: Hopper Breaks Down When To Buy & When To Fly This SeasonBelieve it or not, the clock is ticking to book your holiday travel. Hopper shares its strategies on when to buy and when to fly to get the best deals.
AAA Shares When To Get The Best Deals For Thanksgiving, Christmas TravelAccording to AAA, next Wednesday, Sept. 25, is the best time to start booking air travel for the holidays.
Pack Your Patience: TripAdvisor Predicts Today Will Be Worst Day For Holiday TravelToday will be one of the two busiest travel days for Labor Day Weekend, according to TripAdvisor.
AAA Predicts Wednesday Afternoon Will Be Worst Time For 4th Of July TravelAAA predicts 49 million people are planning an Independence Day getaway.
Beaches Packed As Memorial Day Weekend Kicks Off Across Tri-State AreaCBS2's Matt Kozar has the latest on the kickoff to the Memorial Day weekend around the Tri-state area.
Transit Troubles Plague Memorial Day Weekend CommuteService got back to normal on Metro North and the Long Island Railroad Friday night, after a series of separate disruptions earlier in the evening brought the holiday travel rush to a halt.
Record-Breaking Holiday Travel Already Backed Up With Delays, Frustrated PassengersBy Friday morning, delays at LaGuardia Airport were already nearing two hours.
Today Will Be Worst Day For Holiday Travel, According To AAAAAA predicts this holiday season will break records, with 112.5 million Americans expected to hit the roads, rails and skies – a 4.4 percent jump from last year.
AAA Predicts Record-Breaking Holiday TravelNumbers released Thursday morning show that 112.5 million people are expected to be traveling in the air and on the roads.
Passengers Stuck On Amtrak Train Finally Arrive After 12-Hour NightmareThe Amtrak Acela train was stuck for at least six hours outside of Penn Station, apparently due to a power problem. By the time the train pulled into Boston Sunday night, nearly 12 hours had past.