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Labor Day travel likely to increase

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Will threat of Hurricane Earl reduce number of travelers on Virginia highways?

By Landmark News Service

The number of Virginians who will travel this Labor Day holiday is projected to increase 8.8 percent from 2009, AAA Mid-Atlantic said this week.
Travel growth in the state is expected to lag slightly behind the rest of the country, which will see a nearly 10 percent jump in travel during the long weekend of Thursday-Monday. AAA measures residents who travel at least 50 miles from home.
In Virginia, AAA anticipates about 929,350 people will take a trip, compared with 853,857 last year.


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