The (Springfield, MA) Republican, from an article titled "Phish Fans Back Up Road Traffic" noting that previous police press releases this week said "Amherst police...would have additional officers on patrol working traffic and crowd control, and looking
Hadley police report that fans headed to the Phish concert at the University of Massachusetts Mullins Center caused heavy eastbound traffic along Routes 9 and 116 Saturday night. The Hadley dispatcher reported there was "tons of traffic" along the main road through town, which has caused things to be a little chaotic. There were no problems other than the bumper-to-bumper line of cars, she said. Amherst police reported no problems.
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