Every year, the last Monday in May is celebrated in the states as Memorial Day.
On the eve of the three days off, more than 40 million US residents get behind the wheel and head to relatives and friends to honor the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military.
It is expected that this year there will be 8.3% more vehicles on the roads than it was in 2021. It means that drivers from the large cities could stand in traffic jams twice (and even three times) longer than usual.
To save you time, we post INRIX data about the most successful routes and corridors for the period of May 26-27. As well as the recommended time for travel without congestion.