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West Virginia Turnpike holiday traffic expected to be among the heaviest of the year

West Virginia Press Release Sharing CHARLESTON, W.Va. – With officials for the West Virginia Parkways Authority expecting the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the following Sunday to be two of the heaviest traffic days on the West Virginia Turnpike, traffic from Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, through Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022, is expected to be about 730,000 vehicles. “Wednesday and Sunday of Thanksgiving week are typically two of the busiest travel days we experience on the West Virginia Turnpike during the entire year” said Jeff Miller, executive director of the Parkways Authority. “We expect 730,000 vehicles will pass through our . . .

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