CLEVELAND - The recent rise in gas prices likely won't stop Americans from getting out of town on the last major travel holiday of the summer.
AAA's Labor Day travel survey showed 33 million people will travel 50 miles or more during the long weekend, with the the majority of travelers, about 28 million people, hitting the roadways for their trip.
The survey also showed the number of travelers increased 2.9 percent this year, even though the average price of gas is 14 cents higher than last year.
The Labor Day survey looked at the travel period between Thursday, Aug. 30 and Monday, Sept. 3.
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