State police are reminding you to drive responsibly this Memorial Day weekend.
AAA says more than 41 million people are expected to hit the road.
Troopers are ramping up patrols, looking for people drinking and driving, distracted driving or not wearing a seatbelt.
A lot of work zones will be closed for the holiday, but the speed limits still stand.
"There may not be workers, but there may be hazardous things on that site,” said New York State Police Trooper James O’Callaghan. “Maybe a drop-off, a metal plate, the lanes may go from 12 foot to 10 foot, so you have a thinner, narrow drive span, those are things that are dangerous going at a normal speed of maybe 55 or 65."
State police say drunk and distracted driving are the two leading causes of traffic deaths.
During last year's Memorial Day weekend, troopers arrested 237 people for drinking and driving across the state.