The peak of the rush hour has brought crashes and congestion that is slowing traffic on most major routes.
The highlights, or maybe the lowlights:
- Westbound 94 from downtown St. Paul to downtown Minneapolis, 25 minutes due to crash at 5th Street in Minneapolis
- Southbound Hwy. 100 from 394 to Crosstown, 20 minutes
- Northbound 35E from Cedar Avenue to downtown St. Paul, 28 minutes
- Southbound 35W from Lake Drive to Hwy. 280, 20 minutes. Look for a crash at County Road J
- Northbound 35W from Crosstown to downtown Minneapolis, 18 minutes
- Eastbound 694 from Hwy. 169 to 35W, 22 minutes
- Southbound Hwy. 169 from 94 to Hwy. 55, 18 minutes
- Northbound Cedar Avenue from McAndrews Road to Crosstown, 19 minutes
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