Labor Day is the least traveled holiday weekend of the year, and that’s why the Triple “A” did not make projections of how many people would be on the roads. Wisconsin quit the practice last year, and the national Triple “A” did the same two years ago. In 2015, Wisconsin’s auto club chapter said 760-thousand people would go at least 50 miles one way during the Labor Day Weekend — around one quarter less than both the July Fourth and Thanksgiving weekends. The state D-O-T lists 15 major construction projects where workers will hang it up at noon today (Friday) — and the busiest travel is expected between noon and eight p-m both today (Friday) and Monday. Six people were killed on Wisconsin roads last Labor Day, and law enforcement will again look for drunk drivers as part of its annual “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.