Also, be careful on the roads. According to AAA, more than 800,000 Marylanders will be traveling throughout the holiday weekend. With the extra traffic, according to a Maryland State Police news release, troopers will be focusing enforcement efforts on impaired driving, aggressive driving, speeding, distracted driving and other violations that often contribute to highway tragedies. Last Memorial Day weekend, troopers conducted 7,496 traffic stops, made 121 DUI arrests, 40 criminal arrests and 66 warrant arrests while issuing 1,840 speeding citations. Troopers also responded to 371 crashes, including two that involved fatalities.