LINCOLN – The holiday season is fast approaching and the roads and airports are generally very busy, but it looks like that may not be the case this year according to a recent AAA survey. Auto Club Group Triple A Public Affairs Director Gene LaDoucer says they expect a lot of people to travel during the holidays, but don’t expect the numbers to be as high as they are. ‘have been in recent years. “A majority of people fear reuniting with loved ones and the potential spread of the disease. Our recent survey shows that 40% fewer Nebraskans will travel during the holiday season compared to previous years. “LaDoucer says almost two-thirds of Nebraskans are still uncomfortable getting on a plane and one in seven say they have postponed travel plans due to the presidential election. He says if you are traveling by car, gasoline prices will be historically low as you have taken 14 years to find prices at this level at this time of year. .