Holiday travelers on Monday experienced few delays on interstate highways in Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania, according to state police in the Tri-State area.
A Maryland State Police dispatcher in Hagerstown said traffic on Interstate 70 through Hagerstown was "starting to get heavy" at about 7 p.m., but no delays had been reported.
Traffic was also flowing smoothly further east on Interstates 70 and 270, U.S. 340 and U.S. 15, according to a Maryland State Police dispatcher in Frederick, Md.
"Everything's moving," he said. "There haven't been any problems."
No Memorial Day accidents were reported on Interstate 70 through Frederick or Washington counties, according to emergency services dispatchers.
Fewer vehicles than in past holidays traversed the Interstate 81 corridor near Chambersburg, Pa., on Monday, said Cpl. Robert Marshall of the Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg.