China News Service, Beijing, September 28 (Reporter Zhang Ziyang) The Mid-Autumn Festival in 2020 and the National Day of "October" overlap in 2020, coupled with the continuous improvement of my country's epidemic prevention and control, and the concentrated release of public holiday travel demand, it is expected that tourism and Traffic pressure on the roads where family visits are the main traffic peak, major expressways, national and provincial highways, and roads around key scenic spots has increased, and safety risks have also increased.
In order to better serve the masses during the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holiday, under the guidance of the Transportation Administration of the Ministry of Public Security, AutoNavi Map analyzes and predicts traffic big data over the years and in the near future, and publishes the "Guidelines for Safe and Smooth Running During Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day Holidays 2020" "Guide") to provide scientific and reasonable safety tips and travel guidelines for traffic participants.
The guide shows that due to the high-speed toll-free and concentrated travel, it is expected that there will be peaks of travel on September 30 and October 1. The return journey from October 5 to 8 will be scattered, and the overall congestion level will be lower than that of the journey. There is congestion and slow-moving phenomenon.
In terms of congestion-prone periods, due to the evening commute peak and early travel, it is expected that there will be continuous congestion on the national highway from 14:00 to 23:00 on September 30, and there will be a congestion peak on October 1st, of which travel is from 9 am to 12 am During peak hours, the peak appears from 10 am to 11 am.
The guide also predicts the top ten popular highway sections in the country during the long holiday. Ten sections are mainly located in the Yangtze River Delta region and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, including G2 Beijing-Shanghai Expressway (Wuxi Section), G4 Beijing-Hong Kong-Macao Expressway (Guangzhou Section, Dongguan Section) ) The traffic volume will be significantly higher than the daily level.
Drivers should pay attention to maintaining a safe distance between vehicles and driving cautiously when passing through relevant sections.
Affected by the policy of “all A-level scenic spots in Hubei Province are open to the people of the whole country for free”, it is expected that major highways around Wuhan, Xiaogan, Suizhou, Shiyan and other cities in Hubei Province will have a large traffic flow. Among them, G50 Shanghai-Chongqing Expressway (Huangmei Interchange-Huangmei Service) District), G70 Fuyin Expressway (Yuejiachong-Qingshuihe Bridge), G42 Hurong Expressway (Hanbei River No. 2 Bridge-Hanchang Line) are prone to congestion or slow traffic.
It is recommended that drivers who use Hubei as a destination or pass through Hubei pay attention to relevant travel information and plan driving routes in advance.
Peaceful reunion is the best gift for your family and yourself. The Traffic Management Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security reminds the general public that you must abide by traffic laws and regulations during holidays, drive safely and civilly, and pay attention to road conditions, safety tips and weather released by relevant departments and map navigation software before you travel. According to the situation, plan ahead and be familiar with the route, reasonably arrange travel time and mode of transportation, and ensure safe and smooth travel during festivals.