Here are the worst times to drive this Thanksgiving

Charts of the best and worst times to travel on Washington's major highways.

If viewing in the app, click here to see WSDOT's drive time charts for each day.

An estimated 45 million people are expected to drive to their Thanksgiving destination this year -- the most in 12 years. That means congested highways, as usual.

To help you plan, WSDOT has released its holiday travel charts so you will know when the roads will be particularly clogged on I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass, Interstate 5 between Tacoma and Olympia, and between Bellingham and the Candian Border, and US 2 over Stevens Pass.




Longer wait times can be expected at ferry docks and Canadian border crossings throughout the holiday weekend. 

Sign up for ferry travel alerts to get real-time updates. If you're taking a vehicle to the San Juan Islands, Sidney, BC or Port Townsend/Coupeville routes, it's advised you make a reservation.


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