5.1 million California residents plan to travel 50 miles or more, a 4 percent decrease from last year.
An estimated 4.7 million people will be on California’s roads for Independence Day travel in 2013, a 0.7% decline from 2012 Fourth of July holiday travel figures.
Drivers going to the pump throughout the Bay Area will be paying less to fill up their tanks in the next couple weeks, an American Automobile Association Northern California spokeswoman said.
The survey by AAA projects nearly 5 million Californians to head out of town for the July 4 holiday.
High gas prices and economic uncertainty likely won’t keep travelers from hitting the road, the experts are predicting.
It will now be more expensive for the city of San Jose to borrow money now that the city has seen its AAA credit rating downgraded twice by the major ratings agencies.
According to AAA, the average cost of a gallon of gas in the state hit $4.20 this week.
For all the party people in the Bay Area looking to go out and celebrate this New Year’s Eve by going to club and bar events, we have your way to make it home…
The American Automobile Association’s survey of Labor Day travel plans forecasts 3.7 million Californians will travel 50 or more miles from home for the holiday weekend, a decrease of 2.6 percent from last year.
The American Automobile Association has announced plans to deploy electric vehicle mobile charging units in its roadside assistance operations, with California service beginning as early as August.