Sunday, January 8, 2012

New Year Gridlock: 7 hours to drive from Kaohsiung to Taipei

Gov't agencies warn traffic jams to peak during CNY on Jan. 25 - The China Post: "The Taiwan Area National Freeway Bureau is warning to expect traffic jams during the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday. Bureau officials expect traffic to be at its highest on Jan. 25, the 3rd day of the lunar year, with up to 3 million vehicles on the road. The bureau made the warning yesterday, saying that in order to avoid being caught up in a traffic jam, commuters should not take national freeways on Jan. 25, while noting that it might take up to 7 hours to drive from Kaohsiung to Taipei."

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