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Where was all the anticipated eclipse traffic?

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For weeks leading up to Monday's total solar eclipse, North Texans were warned about the traffic on major highways with hundreds of thousands of people projected to descend on Dallas-Fort Worth.

But those traffic jams never materialized as the moon moved past the sun and eclipse watchers went on about their days.

Did people heed warnings from the Texas Department of Transportation? Did the severe weather in the forecast keep more people at home? Or was it a combination of things?

To find out, Texas Wants to Know talked to KRLD's Alan Scaia, who was at the Cotton Bowl in Fair Park for an eclipse event, and TxDOT spokesperson Tila Grant.

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