Some slower commutes:
I-94 EB E of Brockton Ln to 55 VIA 494 22 MIN
I-35 NB S of Crystal Lake Rd to 494 VIA 35W 26 MIN
T.H.10 EB W of Egret Blvd to 694 VIA 35W 30 MIN
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