The unofficial end of summer has arrived and many New Yorkers are looking to make the most of it.
AAA says 34.1 million Americans will hit the road weekend to say goodbye to summer.
For those staying local, this is the last weekend to cool off at city beaches and outdoor pools.
After Monday, they will be closed for the season.
The city's indoor pools are open year-round.
Those heading to the beach are being reminded to only swim when a lifeguard is present.
For more information on beaches and pools, head to nyc.gov.
Labor Day also means closings and schedule changes around the city.
On Monday, subways, buses, the Staten Island Railway, the Long Island Railroad, and Metro-North trains all run on a Sunday schedule.
The MTA is adding additional Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North trains from Manhattan and Hoboken for the Friday rush.
Government offices and courts, post offices and most banks will be closed on Monday, along with the financial markets.
There will be no garbage or recycling pickup, and no street sweeping on Monday.
Alternate side parking rules and parking meters will be suspended as well.