From late morning there will be the bustle on the roads, but it is not critical, believes the Danish road directorate.
the Roads and the trains are traditionally stuffed in the days leading up to christmas eve. This is particularly true lillejuleaftensdag, which is the biggest departure date.
And although there will be busy on the roads on Monday, so expect the Danish road directorate is not, that it becomes deeply.
- Given the fact that christmas falls on a Tuesday, the Danish population had the whole weekend to run in the christmas holidays, says the duty officer at the Danish road directorate Mette Nedergaard.
the Danish road directorate expects that the traffic will be worst between the hours of 11 and 14.
The julerejsende moves primarily from Zealand and the Metropolitan area towards the island of Funen and Jutland.
- We expect heavy traffic and risk of congestion, but not so much, as we have seen in previous years.
Also at the DSB expects that there will be space in the togkupéerne, where the majority of the travelers also moves from the east to the west.
He adds that it will be a busy day. But it is also a day that carries the stamp of that christmas stretches over several days, saith the.
at the time of purchase of 90 percent of those traveling with DSB in the christmas, buy a seat reservations, and it makes it easier to prepare for the days and avoid the crowds on the platforms and in the trains, says Tony Bispeskov.
- the Entire traffic is expected to slip quietly. It has done so until now, and we expect that also today, he says.
Both the DSB and the Danish road directorate expects to 2. christmas day will be the largest hjemrejsedag on the other side of christmas eve.
They recommend that julerejsende turn the nose homewards, either early morning or in the evening.
You can find out more about trains on DSB's app or on the website.
you can Also inform themselves continuously about the traffic on the Directorate website and on the P4 Traffic.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 23 December 2019, 10:00