The highway leaving South Lake Tahoe on any given weekend can look like a parking lot and that’s nothing new. Businesses and residents in the Meyers community on Tahoe’s South Shore have suffered the consequences from Sunday traffic backups on U.S. Highway 50 from visitors leaving town. Meyers and Christmas Valley residents have to deal with the sometimes five-hour wait to get through the roundabout while visitors leave the basin. While many travelers wait in their vehicles for hours, businesses have felt other pressures.
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