The Indiana Department of Transportation says around 44.2 million Americans are expected to travel for Independence Day.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is continuing the fight against the Zika virus, which can cause serious birth defects, including microcephaly.
As gas prices fall to the lowest price in years, travel over the holiday weekend is expected to be very high.
About 30 percent of airlines’ operating costs are fuel. With the large dip in fuel prices, consumers might expect to see a dip in ticket prices.
With daytime temperatures in the 40s and 50s, rain is likely throughout the week.
The app will include notifications about flooding, hazardous materials spills and other events that could affect travel.
Wind chill readings are expected to drop to 40 below zero due to bitter temperatures and high winds.
Scattered heavy snow showers expected through late afternoon.
Indianapolis has the eighth-highest taxes on travel amenities such as hotels, rental cars and food, according to the Global Business Travel Association.
Local high school students compete globally in their solar bikes and cars.