In past years, the mall has had problems with traffic jams, but this year, there are plans in place to help prevent that.
To help ease the frustrations of many shoppers, the Ontario County Sheriff's Office plans to help direct traffic.
The Department of Transportation also plays a part in holiday shopping. Their job is to extend green light times for drivers leaving the mall.
With the large crowds expected, traffic signals and shuttle buses will all do their part in helping people get in and get out.
The mall opens at 6 a.m. on Friday but a lot of stores open at midnight. This year, Sears is opening at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving night.