Traffic Management Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security: On the second day of the New Year holiday, the national road traffic was stable and orderly.

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CCTV News: According to the Traffic Management Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security, on the second day of the New Year holiday (December 31), the traffic safety situation was generally stable, and the main highways and national highways were smooth. As of 17: 00 today (December 31), there has been no long-distance traffic congestion in the country, and no road traffic accident with more than 5 deaths has been reported.
In accordance with the deployment requirements of the Ministry of Public Security, local public security traffic control departments have scientifically adjusted their service and police force in combination with local traffic flow, weather changes, travel characteristics, etc., taken targeted measures, strengthened the control of key time sections, strictly controlled serious traffic violations such as drunk driving and "three excesses and one fatigue", and made every effort to ensure the safe and smooth roads and the smooth travel of the people during the festival. In view of the adverse effects of foggy weather in some areas on traffic travel, the traffic control department of public security has strengthened coordination and linkage among departments, and taken corresponding measures such as speed limit and police cars taking lanes according to road traffic conditions to ensure traffic to the maximum extent and minimize road closures.
It is expected that the number of returning vehicles will increase tomorrow, and the traffic flow and people flow around the roads in the direction of returning to the city, the suburbs of the city and the tourist attractions will be more concentrated. According to the forecast of the Central Meteorological Observatory, from January 1 to 2, there will be small to medium snow or sleet in parts of northeastern Inner Mongolia, northwestern Heilongjiang, northern Xinjiang and eastern Tibet, and small to moderate rain in parts of Jianghan, Jiangnan, southwestern China and southern China. The Traffic Management Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security reminds drivers and friends to pay attention to the weather and road information before driving, arrange the travel time and route reasonably, and consciously travel safely, legally and civilly. In case of rain, snow, ice and fog, be sure to drive carefully, slow down and control the distance to prevent traffic accidents such as rear-end collision and rollover.