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Pump prices on the rise for first time in 5 weeks

(July 11, 2017) -- For the first time in five weeks, the national average gas price is increasing, reports AAA. At $2.26, today’s price has been moving higher since July 6 and is three cents more than last week. The moderate price surge follows a week of solid demand growth and a third straight week of gasoline inventory drawdowns across the country. Read More »

Record 44.2 million travelers expected Independence Day

(June 23, 2017) -- “Combined, strong employment, rising incomes and higher consumer confidence bode well for the travel industry, in particular this Independence Day weekend,” said Sutherland. “A historic 44.2 million Americans will travel to celebrate our nation’s freedom this year.” Read More »

48.7 million people to hit the road this weekend

(Nov. 23, 2016) -- Most will travel on the tried and true holiday road trip, thanks to gas prices that are holding at close to $2 per gallon. Others will fly, take the bus or set off on a cruise to celebrate with their loved ones, AAA noted. Read More »

AAA: Americans to travel more than ever this fourth

(June 27, 2016) — AAA projects nearly 43 million Americans will travel this Independence Day weekend. This represents the highest fourth of July travel volume on record and five million more travelers compared to Memorial Day weekend. The holiday travel period is defined as June 30 - July 4. Read More »

47 million expected to travel this weekend

(Nov. 26, 2015) -- “This Thanksgiving, more Americans will carve out time to visit friends and family since 2007,” said Doney. “While many people remain cautious about the economy and their finances, many thankful Americans continue to put a premium on traveling to spend the holiday with loved ones.” Read More »

AAA: Low gas prices to spur Labor Day travel

(Sept. 3, 2015) -- "A strong labor market coupled with greater job security and rising home prices have all helped to increase disposable income," said Mosher. "Though some consumers remain cautious, these positive indicators are driving a slight increase and allowing millions of Americans to travel on one last summer getaway." Read More »