More motorists are expected to hit the roads this July 4th holiday.
Triple AAA Mid-Atlantic says in Delaware 97-thousand are expected to be on the highways out of 112-thousand expected to be traveling this year.
That’s up .9 percent over last year.
Meanwhile, in Maryland 870-thousand residents are expected to be traveling with 754-thousand hitting the roadways.
That’s an increase of 2.3 percent over last year.