Traffic backs up trying to get onto the Bay Bridge before the Fourth of July weekend in San Francisco, Friday, July 1, 2005. AAA has predicted that more than 4.9 million Californians will be traveling over the upcoming July 4 holiday weekend, the biggest number since 2002 and the second-highest on record.
Traffic backs up trying to get onto the Bay Bridge before the Fourth of July weekend in San Francisco, Friday, July 1, 2005. AAA has predicted that more than 4.9 million Californians will be traveling over the upcoming July 4 holiday weekend, the biggest number since 2002 and the second-highest on record. ERIC RISBERG The Associated Press
Traffic backs up trying to get onto the Bay Bridge before the Fourth of July weekend in San Francisco, Friday, July 1, 2005. AAA has predicted that more than 4.9 million Californians will be traveling over the upcoming July 4 holiday weekend, the biggest number since 2002 and the second-highest on record. ERIC RISBERG The Associated Press

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