Peak Holiday Travel Traffic in December: Interactive Map

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Hold onto your seat belts.

Holiday traffic, as it usually is, will be predictably bad near the Los Angeles International Aiport this holiday season as Californians head out and non-Angelenos head in. The worst days will be around Dec. 23, the day before Christmas eve — Christmas Eve eve, if you will.

It’s not just the travelers around the airport that will be affected, but the surrounding communities as well.

Esri, a mapping software, put together data from the last three years, analyzing traffic during these peak times. 

Here’s how each color breaks down traffic time:

Green (fast): 85 – 100% of free flow speeds

Yellow (moderate): 65 – 85%

Orange (slow); 45 – 65%

Red (stop and go): 0 – 45%

The map shows live traffic conditions and just how far a weery traveler can get from LAX in an hour. Travelers can also view how traffic changes around DFW, ORD, ATL, and JFK in a 24-hour period.

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