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Millions Headed Out of Town for the Fourth

With the Fourth of July being on a Tuesday, many people are taking Monday off from work. That means people are leaving early to travel for the Independence Day holiday, which means a record breaking number of people on the highways. Triple-A spokeswoman Marie Montgomery says other economic factors are part of it…

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Triple-A says more than five million Californians wil be away from home between today and the Fourth–an increase of over three percent from last year. Montgomery advises if you are one of many people headed for the coast, there is some road work to be aware of…

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According to the Triple-A survey, San Diego leads the list of top destinations for travelers, followed by Las Vegas, San Francisco, the Grand Canyon, and Santa Barbara. Nationally, more than 44-million Americans are expected to travel.

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