It's turning into a bugaboo on westbound 694. Not only is the freeway reduced to two lanes from 35W to Hwy. 252, we now have a wreck at University Avenue. The slow down begins at Silver Lake Road.
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Ever since the Minnesota Department of Transportation finished resurfacing Interstate 394 west of Hwy. 100, a number of Drive readers have commented on the lack of lines on the freeway and that those that have been put down are extremely hard to see.
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