Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Terrible Traffic Tuesday Comes to an End

The day after Labor Day is a horrible traffic day, as kids return to schools, politicians return to the Capital and summer vacations come to an end.

According to today's Washington Post, among those adding to the traffic in Loudoun County today were 721 school buses as they begin the first of the more than 8 million miles they are expected to travel this school year.

Meanwhile, WTOP Radio reports on a story we had on Aug. 28, that Loudoun County Sheriff Steve Simpson would have deputies and crossing guards do all they can to keep children and everyone else safe on this first day of school.

Hope your traffic experience today wasn't too bad. And while those hot summer days will soon come to an end, also will be the less traveled roadways we enjoy during the middle of the year. Travel well.

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