Triple A expects the number of motorists to be up across the country.
Marie Dodds with Triple A Oregon says the roads will be busy.
"This is actually the highest volume for Labor Day since 2008. It looks like the eocnomy has shown slow and steady growth. And people want to travel and more and more and that's what we've seen over the last few years."
Triple A expects to see a 1.3 percent increase in the number of travelers this Labor Day weekend.
The buiest travel times are expected to be Friday afternoon and Monday night.