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* ''VideoGame/ArizonaSunshine'': One of the areas you can scavenge for supplies is a street littered with cars.



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* Plot point in ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'' where you have to navigate your car on a cliff road with multiple abandoned vehicles blocking your way. See [[https://youtu.be/91uWeqArrok?t=6926 here]].


* In ''Literature/TheStand'', there are a few along the way. Stu and Tom look through one to find a stick shift car that Stu can drive with his injured leg since Tom can't drive. Later, on the way back to Boulder, they're in an area of deep snow and Stu finds that they're actually on top of one of these, which is buried under the snow.
There's also the Lincoln Tunnel which has become nearly impassible due to the jam caused by the sick and dying trying to escape New York. One of the characters is forced to make his way through on foot, navigating between the cars in pitch blackness.

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* In ''Literature/TheStand'', there are a few along the way. Stu and Tom look through one to find a stick shift car that Stu can drive with his injured leg since Tom can't drive. Later, on the way back to Boulder, they're in an area of deep snow and Stu finds that they're actually on top of one of these, which is buried under the snow. \n There's also the Lincoln Tunnel which has become nearly impassible due to the jam caused by the sick and dying trying to escape New York. One of the characters is forced to make his way through on foot, navigating between the cars in pitch blackness.


* In ''Literature/TheRoad'', a father and son wandering the road of a post-apocalyptic {{crapsack world}}, where an undefined cataclysmic disaster (perhaps a nuclear war, a meteor, or a super volcano) has turned the earth and sky to ash, and humanity has been forced into cannibalism to survive. Whatever the cause, there was some fore-warning as the highways out of the cities are described as containing "a long line of charred and rusting cars." There's also the Lincoln Tunnel which has become nearly impassible due to the jam caused by the sick and dying trying to escape New York. One of the characters is forced to make his way through on foot, navigating between the cars in pitch blackness.

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* In ''Literature/TheRoad'', a father and son wandering the road of a post-apocalyptic {{crapsack world}}, where an undefined cataclysmic disaster (perhaps a nuclear war, a meteor, or a super volcano) has turned the earth and sky to ash, and humanity has been forced into cannibalism to survive. Whatever the cause, there was some fore-warning as the highways out of the cities are described as containing "a long line of charred and rusting cars." There's also the Lincoln Tunnel which has become nearly impassible due to the jam caused by the sick and dying trying to escape New York. One of the characters is forced to make his way through on foot, navigating between the cars in pitch blackness.


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There's also the Lincoln Tunnel which has become nearly impassible due to the jam caused by the sick and dying trying to escape New York. One of the characters is forced to make his way through on foot, navigating between the cars in pitch blackness.


* In ''Literature/TheRoad'', a father and son wandering the road of a post-apocalyptic {{crapsack world}}, where an undefined cataclysmic disaster (perhaps a nuclear war, a meteor, or a super volcano) has turned the earth and sky to ash, and humanity has been forced into cannibalism to survive. Whatever the cause, there was some fore-warning as the highways out of the cities are described as containing "a long line of charred and rusting cars."

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* In ''Literature/TheRoad'', a father and son wandering the road of a post-apocalyptic {{crapsack world}}, where an undefined cataclysmic disaster (perhaps a nuclear war, a meteor, or a super volcano) has turned the earth and sky to ash, and humanity has been forced into cannibalism to survive. Whatever the cause, there was some fore-warning as the highways out of the cities are described as containing "a long line of charred and rusting cars."" There's also the Lincoln Tunnel which has become nearly impassible due to the jam caused by the sick and dying trying to escape New York. One of the characters is forced to make his way through on foot, navigating between the cars in pitch blackness.




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* ''Literature/TheWalkingDeadRiseOfTheGovernor'': The main characters are forced to deal with several of these while trying to get into Atlanta, encountering more and more chaos along the way, and at one point, the entire section of highway is ''on fire''!




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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': In the ''Treehouse Of Horror'' segment "The Homega Man", Homer is (seemingly) the only survivor of a nuclear war due to inspecting one of Herman's bomb shelters the moment the bombs hit. Humorously, it's not until he gets stuck in one of these that he notices anything even slightly amiss. He even punches the charred remains of Kirk Van Houten hanging out the window of his burned-out car for causing the traffic jam, and only then notices that something seems off.
--> '''Homer''': Hey... what's with all the death?


* ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs'': Surprisingly averted. While the opening does have Joel, his brother Tommy and daughter, Sarah run into a jam while trying to flee Austin when the infection starts up. During the main story proper, Joel and Ellie rarely run into this problem in their travels. Even when they get a working truck, they manage to get to Pittsburgh on clear and navigable roads. Only force to abandon it when some Scavangers manage to total their car. Early concept art does show the two having to travel along rows of abandoned cars at one point, but for whatever reason, it was scrapped.

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* ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs'': Surprisingly averted. While Played straight during the opening does have opening. Joel, his brother Tommy and daughter, Sarah run into a an impassable traffic jam while trying to flee Austin when the infection starts up. During up. Averted during the main story proper, where Joel and Ellie rarely run into this problem in their travels. Even when they get a working truck, they manage to get to Pittsburgh on clear and navigable roads. Only force to abandon it when some Scavangers manage to total their car. Early concept art does show the two having to travel along rows of abandoned cars at one point, but for whatever reason, it was scrapped.


* The ''Webcomic/WhatIf'' page [[https://what-if.xkcd.com/8/ "Everybody jump"]] mentions the teleported Earth population trying to spread out by car before they die of thirst and hunger:

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* The ''Webcomic/WhatIf'' ''Blog/WhatIf'' page [[https://what-if.xkcd.com/8/ "Everybody jump"]] mentions the teleported Earth population trying to spread out by car before they die of thirst and hunger:



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* The ''Webcomic/WhatIf'' page [[https://what-if.xkcd.com/8/ "Everybody jump"]] mentions the teleported Earth population trying to spread out by car before they die of thirst and hunger:
-->Rhode Islandís half-million cars are commandeered. Moments later, I-95, I-195, and I-295 become the sites of the largest traffic jam in the history of the planet. Most of the cars are engulfed by the crowds, but a lucky few get out and begin wandering the abandoned road network.\\
Some make it past New York or Boston before running out of fuel. Since the electricity is probably not on at this point, rather than find a working gas pump, itís easier to just abandon the car and steal the new one.

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* It's more ''Pre''-Apocalyptic Traffic Jam, but in ''Film/IndependenceDay'' after the City Destroyers take position over major cities around the world, everybody and their dog try their damnedest to evacuate, leading to a scene in which David Levinson and his father Julius are the only people in the lanes heading [[WashingtonDCInvasion towards Washington, D.C.]] while the other half of the highway is loaded with bumper-to-bumper traffic. A later scene in which the military tries to nuke a City Destroyer flying over Denver, Colorado has a brief shot of an APC sent to surveil the nuke's effectiveness stopping on an overpass that has the "outgoing" lanes full with empty cars.


The Post-Apocalyptic Traffic Jam is a sub-trope of AbandonedArea. It could also be a form of UnexpectedlyAbandoned if the hero {{SleptThroughTheApocalypse or was LateToTheTragedy. It shares similarities with GhostTown, GhostCity and GhostPlanet.

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The Post-Apocalyptic Traffic Jam is a sub-trope of AbandonedArea. It could also be a form of UnexpectedlyAbandoned if the hero {{SleptThroughTheApocalypse SleptThroughTheApocalypse or was LateToTheTragedy. It shares similarities with GhostTown, GhostCity and GhostPlanet.


The Post-Apocalyptic Traffic Jam is a sub-trope of AbandonedArea. It could also be a form of UnexpectedlyAbandoned if the hero {{SleptThroughTheApocalypse or was LateToTheTragedy. It shares similarities with GhostTown, GhostCity and {GhostPlanet.

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The Post-Apocalyptic Traffic Jam is a sub-trope of AbandonedArea. It could also be a form of UnexpectedlyAbandoned if the hero {{SleptThroughTheApocalypse or was LateToTheTragedy. It shares similarities with GhostTown, GhostCity and {GhostPlanet.GhostPlanet.


* ''Literature/TheEmberverse'': The series' apocalypse, the Change, caused all higher technology to suddenly cease working and happened instantaneously all over the world. Consequently, every road and highway on the planet became a graveyard of cars that would never run again, each stopped where it drifted to a halt after its systems died. They also became the graveyard of the hordes of motorists stranded there, as most of them died of starvation or exposure either while waiting for rescue or while trying to follow the roads towards a city.

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* ''Literature/TheEmberverse'': ''Literature/{{Emberverse}}'': The series' apocalypse, the Change, caused all higher technology to suddenly cease working and happened instantaneously all over the world. Consequently, every road and highway on the planet became a graveyard of cars that would never run again, each stopped where it drifted to a halt after its systems died. They also became the graveyard of the hordes of motorists stranded there, as most of them died of starvation or exposure either while waiting for rescue or while trying to follow the roads towards a city.


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It's {{Just Before the End}}, and destruction of the world is imminent. Whether {{World War III}}, the {{Zombie Apocalypse}},a {{Flaming Meteor}}, an {{Alien Invasion}}, or some other {{Earth Shattering Kaboom}}, the citizens need to escape the cities, and fast! Unfortunately for humanity, the end result when so many people try to {{Outrun the Fireball}} at the same time is a {{Big Honking Traffic Jam}}.

Cut to {{After the End}}, and our ragtag heros fortunately escaped the doom which befell most of humanity. As they wander the roads, searching for food, other survivors, and/or a better life, they stumble across a highway leading out of the city packed bumper-to-bumper with vehicles abandoned and destroyed by the late cataclysm. These cars haven't gone anywhere in years, nor are they likely to go anywhere anytime soon.

The post-apocalyptic traffic jam is a way to show the panic and chaos which occurred during the just before and during the end. People don't leave their cars willingly in unless the car has become a detriment; thus it indicates that they were fleeing, and thought they stood a better chance on foot (perhaps because of the traffic jam having slowed the speed so much that running was a speedier escape),or that the occupants tried to flee and failed, leaving the wreckage of the car (and perhaps their corpses) where they stood. An apocalyptic traffic jam could result even if the drivers of the vehicles didn't necessarily all get incapacitated at the same time: a small percentage of drivers suddenly being unable to drive will keep anyone behind them from making much progress while still in their car, and encourage them to continue on foot. Frequently, all the abandoned cars are going in only one direction, and the part of the road meant for cars going the other direction is empty. It conveys that everyone was trying to escape (or take refuge in) a specific location (but also keeps the cars from being an actual obstacle to the protagonist's travels). Often, a {{Ghost City}} is located at the tail end of the traffic jam.

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It's {{Just Before JustBeforeTheEnd, and the End}}, and destruction of the world is imminent. Whether {{World War III}}, WorldWarIII, the {{Zombie Apocalypse}},a {{Flaming Meteor}}, ZombieApocalypse, a FlamingMeteor, an {{Alien Invasion}}, AlienInvasion or some other {{Earth Shattering Kaboom}}, EarthShatteringKaboom, the citizens need to escape the cities, and fast! Unfortunately for humanity, the end result when so many people try to {{Outrun the Fireball}} OutrunTheFireball at the same time is a {{Big Honking Traffic Jam}}.

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Cut to {{After the End}}, AfterTheEnd, and our ragtag heros heroes fortunately escaped the doom which befell most of humanity. As they wander the roads, searching for food, other survivors, and/or a better life, they stumble across a highway leading out of the city packed bumper-to-bumper with vehicles abandoned and destroyed by the late cataclysm. These cars haven't gone anywhere in years, nor are they likely to go anywhere anytime soon.

The post-apocalyptic traffic jam is a way to show the panic and chaos which occurred during the just before and during the end. People don't leave their cars willingly in unless the car has become a detriment; thus it indicates that they were fleeing, and thought they stood a better chance on foot (perhaps because of the traffic jam having slowed the speed so much that running was a speedier escape),or that the occupants tried to flee and failed, leaving the wreckage of the car (and perhaps their corpses) where they stood. An apocalyptic traffic jam could result even if the drivers of the vehicles didn't necessarily all get incapacitated at the same time: a small percentage of drivers suddenly being unable to drive will keep anyone behind them from making much progress while still in their car, and encourage them to continue on foot. Frequently, all the abandoned cars are going in only one direction, and the part of the road meant for cars going the other direction is empty. It conveys that everyone was trying to escape (or take refuge in) a specific location (but also keeps the cars from being an actual obstacle to the protagonist's travels). Often, a {{Ghost City}} GhostCity is located at the tail end of the traffic jam.



The Post-Apocalyptic Traffic Jam is a sub-trope of {{Abandoned Area}}. It could also be a form of {{Unexpectedly Abandoned}} if the hero {{Slept Through the Apocalypse}} or was {{Late to the Tragedy}}. It shares similarities with {{Ghost Town}}, {{Ghost City}}, and {{Ghost Planet}}.

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The Post-Apocalyptic Traffic Jam is a sub-trope of {{Abandoned Area}}. AbandonedArea. It could also be a form of {{Unexpectedly Abandoned}} UnexpectedlyAbandoned if the hero {{Slept Through the Apocalypse}} {{SleptThroughTheApocalypse or was {{Late to the Tragedy}}. LateToTheTragedy. It shares similarities with {{Ghost Town}}, {{Ghost City}}, GhostTown, GhostCity and {{Ghost Planet}}.{GhostPlanet.






* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'': In "The End" (set after a global thermonuclear war), Frank and Peters see a lot of abandoned cars, their owners killed as they were trying to flee (Frank notes that the EMP kills the engines and the fallout isn't far behind). They spend the night in "a schoolbus full of assisted suicides".



* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'': In "The End" (set after a global thermonuclear war), Frank and Peters see a lot of abandoned cars, their owners killed as they were trying to flee (Frank notes that the EMP kills the engines and the fallout isn't far behind). They spend the night in "a schoolbus full of assisted suicides".

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* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'': In "The End" (set after a global thermonuclear war), Frank and Peters see a lot of abandoned cars, their owners killed as they were trying to flee (Frank notes that the EMP kills the engines and the fallout isn't far behind). They spend the night in "a schoolbus full of assisted suicides".



* The opening scene in Film/TheBookOfEli features the protagonist walking down a highway jammed with long-abandoned vehicles, thereby establishing the post-apocalyptic setting
* the precursor to this trope is implied in the made for TV movie ''Film/TheDayAfter'', when the mass of people fleeing an impending nuclear attack on Kansas City become trapped in a doomed traffic jam.
* One of the opening shots of ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'' shows a long line of burned-out cars on a highway. One of them still has the driver's skeleton behind the wheel.
* A visual example happens in the adaptation Film/WorldWarZ, and it's referenced as happening in the original novel Literature/WorldWarZ.

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* ''Film/TheBookOfEli'': The opening scene in Film/TheBookOfEli features the protagonist walking down a highway jammed with long-abandoned vehicles, thereby establishing the post-apocalyptic setting
* the ''Film/TheDayAfter'': The precursor to this trope is implied in the made for TV movie ''Film/TheDayAfter'', appears when the mass of people fleeing an impending nuclear attack on Kansas City become becomes trapped in a doomed traffic jam.
* ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'': One of the opening shots of ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'' shows a long line of burned-out cars on a highway. One of them still has the driver's skeleton behind the wheel.
* A visual example happens in ''Film/WorldWarZ'': The movie shows a long line of stalled cars leading to a city after the adaptation Film/WorldWarZ, and it's referenced as happening in the original novel Literature/WorldWarZ.
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* ''Literature/TheEmberverse'': The series' apocalypse, the Change, caused all higher technology to suddenly cease working and happened instantaneously all over the world. Consequently, every road and highway on the planet became a graveyard of cars that would never run again, each stopped where it drifted to a halt after its systems died. They also became the graveyard of the hordes of motorists stranded there, as most of them died of starvation or exposure either while waiting for rescue or while trying to follow the roads towards a city.



* Occurs several times in Literature/WorldWarZ. One of the survivor's accounts is of a pilot whose plane crashed and as a result she had to parachute out over zombie-infested territory. At one point, she makes her way out on a highway for a helicopter to pick her up; she notes that the highway is full of cars and in many of the cars are zombies reaching out of the windows for her. Another account is told from the perspective of a blimp pilot; he noted that from overhead, you could see highways filled with survivors evacuating cities, with a horde of zombies following the vehicles.

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* ''Literature/WorldWarZ'': Occurs several times in Literature/WorldWarZ.times. One of the survivor's accounts is of a pilot whose plane crashed and as a result she had to parachute out over zombie-infested territory. At one point, she makes her way out on a highway for a helicopter to pick her up; she notes that the highway is full of cars and in many of the cars are zombies reaching out of the windows for her. Another account is told from the perspective of a blimp pilot; he noted that from overhead, you could see highways filled with survivors evacuating cities, with a horde of zombies following the vehicles.



* The first episode of ''Series/{{Revolution}}'' shows this in action. Miles Matheson and [[spoiler:Sebastian Monroe]] are on their way back to their army base when the blackout occurs. Every car on the highway, including theirs, comes to a dead stop.
* A precursor occurs in ''Series/TheStrainTVSeries''. When Feraldo and her remaining police try to escape the city, they get held up by a traffic jam. They get out and walk and come under attack by Strigoi. Many of the cars have misted over windows indicating that the occupants turned while inside. During the battle, a gas tanker explodes and [[spoiler:only Gus survives.]]
* In the pilot of ''Series/TheWalkingDead'', as Rick heads into Atlanta to search for more survivors of the zombie apocalypse, the lanes of the highway heading in are empty except for him and his horse, but the lanes heading out are completely packed with abandoned cars all the way back into the city. As this foreshadows, things in Atlanta are little different from in the suburbs.

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* ''Series/{{Revolution}}'': The first episode of ''Series/{{Revolution}}'' shows this in action. Miles Matheson and [[spoiler:Sebastian Monroe]] are on their way back to their army base when the blackout occurs. Every car on the highway, including theirs, comes to a dead stop.
* ''Series/TheStrainTVSeries'': A precursor occurs in ''Series/TheStrainTVSeries''. When when Feraldo and her remaining police try to escape the city, at which point they get held up by a traffic jam. They get out and walk and come under attack by Strigoi. Many of the cars have misted over windows indicating that the occupants turned while inside. During the battle, a gas tanker explodes and [[spoiler:only Gus survives.]]
* ''Series/TheWalkingDead'': In the pilot of ''Series/TheWalkingDead'', pilot, as Rick heads into Atlanta to search for more survivors of the zombie apocalypse, the lanes of the highway heading in are empty except for him and his horse, but the lanes heading out are completely packed with abandoned cars all the way back into the city. As this foreshadows, things in Atlanta are little different from in the suburbs.



* VideoGame/DeathRoadToCanada : The "Traffic Jam" text event involves the road being blocked by a sea of rusted-out cars. Your options to get the group through are: abandon the car, take a detour (might work), drive the car offroad (probably won't work), or bench-press a car (makes the bench-presser stronger... but doesn't work).
* Encountered frequently on the highways and bridges in the zombie apocalypse ''Videogame/DyingLight''. It is implied that the former drivers abandon their cars and were killed by the zombies, or became zombies themselves.
* A section of highway in the Capital Wasteland of ''VideoGame/Fallout3'' features bumper to bumper cars, all of which still retain the working nuclear reactors that power each of them, and will explode if they take enough damage. There's also a horde of bandits that roam the highway and will attack you on sight. A fun way to deal with them is to shoot a car on one end and let the chain-reaction of explosions quickly blow up the entire highway with everyone standing on it.
* Surprisingly averted in ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs''. While the opening does have Joel, his brother Tommy and daughter, Sarah run into a jam while trying to flee Austin when the infection starts up. During the main story proper, Joel and Ellie rarely run into this problem in their travels. Even when they get a working truck, they manage to get to Pittsburgh on clear and navigable roads. Only force to abandon it when some Scavangers manage to total their car. Early concept art does show the two having to travel along rows of abandoned cars at one point, but for whatever reason, it was scrapped.
* In [[VideoGame/Left4Dead2 Left 4 Dead 2]] One of the levels starts with the gang being unable to progress through an intense traffic jam cause via the zombie apocalypse. The final level has the protagonists have to make their way through a bridge filled with infected to reach a evacuation boat. Naturally there a few abandoned cars along the road with alarms to stir them if you misfire.

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* VideoGame/DeathRoadToCanada : ''VideoGame/DeathRoadToCanada'': The "Traffic Jam" text event involves the road being blocked by a sea of rusted-out cars. Your options to get the group through are: abandon the car, take a detour (might work), drive the car offroad (probably won't work), or bench-press a car (makes the bench-presser stronger... but doesn't work).
* ''Videogame/DyingLight'': Encountered frequently on the highways and bridges in during the zombie apocalypse ''Videogame/DyingLight''.ZombieApocalypse. It is implied that the former drivers abandon their cars and were killed by the zombies, or became zombies themselves.
* ''VideoGame/Fallout3'': A section of highway in the Capital Wasteland of ''VideoGame/Fallout3'' features bumper to bumper bumper-to-bumper cars, all of which still retain the working nuclear reactors that power each of them, and will explode if they take enough damage. There's also a horde of bandits that roam the highway and will attack you on sight. A fun way to deal with them is to shoot a car on one end and let the chain-reaction of explosions quickly blow up the entire highway with everyone standing on it.
* ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs'': Surprisingly averted in ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs''.averted. While the opening does have Joel, his brother Tommy and daughter, Sarah run into a jam while trying to flee Austin when the infection starts up. During the main story proper, Joel and Ellie rarely run into this problem in their travels. Even when they get a working truck, they manage to get to Pittsburgh on clear and navigable roads. Only force to abandon it when some Scavangers manage to total their car. Early concept art does show the two having to travel along rows of abandoned cars at one point, but for whatever reason, it was scrapped.
* In [[VideoGame/Left4Dead2 Left 4 Dead 2]] ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2'': One of the levels starts with the gang being unable to progress through an intense traffic jam cause via the zombie apocalypse. The final level has the protagonists have to make their way through a bridge filled with infected to reach a evacuation boat. Naturally there a few abandoned cars along the road with alarms to stir them if you misfire.



* Emergency Management officials fear this will become a reality during hurricane evacuations. Some evacuation plans call for opening both sides of interstates/major highways to traffic traveling away from the disaster. South Carolina switched eastbound highways to westbound traffic as part of the Hurricane Dorian evacuations, and a couple of states did likewise during Hurricane Michael in 2018. During Hurricane Floyd in 1999, more than 3 million people tried to evacuate cities along the eastern seaboard, leading to cars stuck in traffic for 10 to 12 hours or more. Fortunately, the hurricane changed course. Had it hit the traffic-clogged interstate, it could have led to this trope, with catastrophic consequences.

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* Emergency Management management officials fear this will become a reality during hurricane evacuations. Some evacuation plans call for opening both sides of interstates/major highways to traffic traveling away from the disaster. South Carolina switched eastbound highways to westbound traffic as part of the Hurricane Dorian evacuations, and a couple of states did likewise during Hurricane Michael in 2018. During Hurricane Floyd in 1999, more than 3 million people tried to evacuate cities along the eastern seaboard, leading to cars stuck in traffic for 10 to 12 hours or more. Fortunately, the hurricane changed course. Had it hit the traffic-clogged interstate, it could have led to this trope, with catastrophic consequences.



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* In the pilot of ''Series/TheWalkingDead'', as Rick heads into Atlanta to search for more survivors of the zombie apocalypse, the lanes of the highway heading in are empty except for him and his horse, but the lanes heading out are completely packed with abandoned cars all the way back into the city. As this foreshadows, things in Atlanta are little different from in the suburbs.

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* In ''Literature/CiaphasCain'', the eponymous Commissar drives along a major highway on Perlia heading towards a town that was attacked some time ago to link up with reinforcements. The highway is jammed full of (wrecked) civilian cars that were attacked by the Orks who invaded the planet a few months ago. Cain notes that most of the cars [[ObligatoryWarCrimeScene stood no chance against the ordnance used by the Orks]], mentioning the grisly sight of the occupants slouched dead in them, some of them killed weeks ago.
-->'''Cain:''' Whoever those unfortunate souls were, only the Emperor knew, and probably only he cared.

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