Actually, @yknot, our 20 somethings have been crossing from red to yellow zones regularly. They're in unique situations. But, thinking they confer more risk than someone who hails from a yellow zone is a very dangerous ecological fallacy.
Thanks for training to contact trace, BTW. Those of us who use flip phones are counting on the lot of you to do what APIs wont!
I recently drove from Iowa to Colorado. The traffic on I80 is mostly back to normal. Lots of semis. Lots of RV's. Lots of traffic cones. Lots of people without cruise control that can't make up their mind if they want to tailgate, pass, or just slow down in front of you. Lots of extra wide wind turbine blades. It cleared up a bit somewhere around Grand Island and the last part, after the I76 interchange, was just open and crank up the sound system. So, pretty normal.
You are proving my point. For the most part, routine national travel for business or pleasure has not resumed. Businesses other than local are not sending their employees across the country. People are not traveling to weddings and graduations, and college students are not returning home from school because they are already there. People so far have not resumed vacation travel. And we've been relatively OK. A trend to send people farther afield from one region into another will likely paint a different picture.