There will be stories of troubled travel and family reunion fanfare as we enter this Thanksgiving weekend.
AAA said that 55 million people will travel one way or another nationwide.
A number of Americans traveling is just about back to pre-pandemic levels, so maybe people are giving thanks for normalcy this thanksgiving
At SFO Wednesday night, it was packed as many people were flying to their destinations.
At a nearby gas station, San Francisco native Timmy Yu and his family gassing up for the last leg of their 300-mile journey from their home in LA to family and friends in the city.
“Pretty smooth so far. I think most people avoided the road, so expect a long drive, but never really hit traffic, nobody got into an accident, and I made it here in one piece,” said Yu.
For those traveling Thursday or Friday, AAA said the best times would be before 11 a.m. or after about 6 p.m.
Terry McSweeney has the full story in the video above.
Source: NBC Bay Area