AAA forecasts 50.9 million Americans - including almost 1.3 million in New Jersey - will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Drivers will face the most congestion during the early evenings, as commuters mix with holiday travelers.
Since most people will be driving, AAA says more than 58,000 Coloradans will take the skies as their means of travel for the holiday. Air travel is expected to grow by 5 percent this year, with 3.95 million travelers choosing to board planes.
For those flying, the worst travel days are expected to be Wednesday and Sunday.
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New Jersey - 110,624 (8.7% of all travelers), a 4.9% increase from a year ago.
AAA says, almost 750,000 Coloradans will be driving to get to their Thanksgiving destinations this year, thousands more will be traveling throughout the state to get to their holiday festivities.
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AAA and research firm IHS Markit base their forecast on recent and predicted growth in the economy, consumer spending, household wealth and other measures.
That's even with gas prices significantly higher than they were this time past year, up 30 cents in Salisbury.
Average airfares on the most popular routes within the USA will be the lowest in five years, the group says.
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AAA has projected 51 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more away from home for the holiday.
About 89 percent of all travelers 45.5 million - are planning to travel by vehicle, an increase of 3.2 percent over a year ago. Gas prices were 19 per cent higher as of Wednesday over last year's prices, however AAA says they expect the prices to fall as the holiday nears. Colorado gas prices are up 47 cents per gallon since Thanksgiving 2016, the most significant increase in the Rockies.
Alternate travel: Travel by trains and other modes (including buses and cruises) is expected to increase 1.1 percent to 58,000 Coloradans.