As a result, both travelers association ANWB and public works department Rijkswaterstaat reported no traffic jams this morning – an unprecedented situation, NU.nl reports.
Monday mornings usually see around 400 kilometers of traffic jams on Dutch roads by 8:00 a.m. “Now that was about four kilometers. And then these were traffic jams due to collisions or blowouts of trucks,” traffic reader Cees Quax said to NOS.
Airline Air France-KLM says it will ground virtually its entire fleet for at least the next two months and passenger numbers are expected to plunge by up to 90%.
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