Trains, planes, and Bay Area roads began filling up on Friday as people kicked off their holidays.
San Francisco International Airport was busy with some preparing to jump on red-eyes – to avoid the impending rush.
According to AAA, a record number of California residents – close to six million – will travel over 50 miles this thanksgiving holiday.
Gas prices have been steady, and a lot of people are feeling confident about the economy.
It’s also been getting colder in the Bay Area, which means that resorts are getting ready for ski season.