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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Utahns are expected to hit the highways this Thanksgiving as gas prices take a significant drop from last month.
Triple-A Utah predicts more than 295-thousand Utah residents will travel 50 miles or more this holiday. They say more than 240-thousand will travel by car and more than 41-thousand will travel by air.
In Utah, drivers may face delays this holiday weekend due to construction. U-D-O-T spokesman Nile Easton says people heading to St. George should prepare for delays on I-15 between Cedar City and Beaver.
Meanwhile, bus and TRAX service will NOT be available on Thanksgiving Day. Service will, however, resume on Friday.
Triple-A says more drivers are on the road on Thanksgiving Day versus any other day. While, Wednesday and Sunday will be the busiest days for those planning to fly.
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