Taiwan Straits Network December 31 (Straits Herald reporter Zhu Huang intern Zheng Yi) The New Year's Day holiday in 2020 is only one day. It is expected that compared with previous years, short-distance travel vehicles will be significantly reduced, and congestion will mainly be concentrated during the peak hours of the night before the holiday. Citizens are advised to pay attention to real-time traffic conditions and make travel plans in advance.
It is expected that at 16:00 the day before the New Year's Day holiday, the traffic flow will start to increase significantly, the congestion will reach a peak at 18:00, and the city will have a significant congestion, which will continue until 20:00. On the New Year's Day holiday, the congestion is mainly concentrated in some scenic spots and commercial areas, such as University Road, Yanwu Road, Siming South Road, Siming North Road, Yanwu Bridge, Xiahe Road, and Hexiang East Road. On the day of the holiday from 17:00 to 19:00, the Four Bridges and One Tunnel may also experience slow traffic and congestion, but the duration is expected to be short.
During New Year's Day, small passenger cars with less than seven seats on the expressway will not pass free of charge. Congested road sections have determined that Xiang'an Outer Square is adjacent to Xiang'an Avenue and National Highway 324, Xiamen toll station is the intersection of Shenhai Expressway and Shaxia Expressway, the junction of Anren Avenue and Xinglin Expressway, and the Haicang hub Xiarong Expressway (Changtai to (Xiamen direction) Turn down the ramp of the Shenhai Expressway. In the event of a traffic jam, detour is recommended.