Low Gas Prices Fuel Holiday Travel Surge

AAA projects that more than 100 million people will be traveling this holiday season.
1:07 | 12/21/15

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A record number of Americans expected to be on the move this year. Aaa predicts more than 100 million holiday travelers for the first time every. David Kerley in Washington. Reporter: You can see here, the gas pump good news. Overnight, oil hit an 11-year low. Expect prices to go down more. $1.81 here today. Aaa said its national survey found gas at $1.99 a gallon. 90%, more than 90% of us travel willing be driving. The good news is the if you're driving, lever today or tomorrow. A website says traffic will be the busineiest on Wednesday and Thursday. Get out the door quickly, George, if you can. If you're traveling by train, big safety news. Reporter: Yeah, overnight, for the first time, positive train K train control in effect between New York and Washington. It would have prevented the derailment in Philadelphia that killed eight people.

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