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Memorial weekend traffic expected to spike

You might want to plan your holiday travels a little better in the coming days as AAA projects that 42.3 million Americans will venture more than 50 miles from their home this Memorial Day weekend.  With a favorable weather forecast predicted, more travel is expected on the roadways as the price of gas is also lower nationally than last year when it was more than $4.00 per gallon at the pump.  Door County Sheriff Chief Deputy Pat McCarty advises drivers to plan accordingly with the influx of traffic this weekend.  [MCCARTY]  Peak traffic is expected from noon to 8 p.m. Friday and Monday, but delays and backups can be expected at times over the weekend.  Local and state police will be out enforcing the “Click it or Ticket” campaign during the National Seat Belt Enforcement Mobilization now through June 4th.   

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