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|T.H.77 NB S of I-35E to MN RI||5 MIN|
|T.H.77 NB S of I-35E to HWY 62||10 MIN|
|I-35 NB S of Crystal Lake Rd to 494 VIA 35W||12 MIN|
|I-35 NB S of Crystal Lake Rd to 494 VIA 77||13 MIN|
|I-35W SB @ 35th St to 494||8 MIN|
|I-35W SB @ 35th St to MN RI||12 MIN|
|T.H.62 WB E of Portland Ave to 100||7 MIN|
|T.H.62 WB E of Portland Ave to 169||10 MIN|
|I-35W SB @ 4th St to HWY 62||12 MIN|
|I-35W SB @ 4th St to 494||15 MIN|
|I-35E NB S of Lone Oak Rd to RI||5 MIN|
|I-35E NB S of Lone Oak Rd to 94||11 MIN|
|I-494 WB @ T.H.5 to 35W||8 MIN|
|I-494 WB @ T.H.5 to HWY 100||11 MIN|
|U.S.169 NB S of 36th St to 394||3 MIN|
|U.S.169 NB S of 36th St to 94||12 MIN|
|I-94 WB @ Dale St to HWY 280||5 MIN|
|I-94 WB @ Dale St to I-35W||10 MIN|
|I-94 WB E of Earl St to HWY 280||10 MIN|
|I-94 WB E of Earl St to I-35W||15 MIN|
|T.H.10 EB W of Egret Blvd to 35W||6 MIN|
|T.H.10 EB W of Egret Blvd to 694 VIA 35W||9 MIN|
|I-35W SB S of Co Rd E2 to HWY 36||3 MIN|
|I-35W SB S of Co Rd E2 to RI||8 MIN|
|I-94 EB W of Weaver Lake Rd to HWY 100||10 MIN|
|I-94 EB W of Weaver Lake Rd to 394 VIA 494||14 MIN|
|I-35W NB S of 86th St to HWY 62||4 MIN|
|I-35W NB S of 86th St to 94||12 MIN|
|I-35E NB N of W. 7th St to 94||5 MIN|
|I-35E NB N of W. 7th St to HWY 36||10 MIN|
|T.H.280 SB N of Energy Park Dr to 35W VIA 94||6 MIN|
|T.H.280 SB N of Energy Park Dr to 35E VIA 94||9 MIN|
|I-35E SB N of Roselawn Ave to 94||7 MIN|
|I-35E SB N of Roselawn Ave to RI||13 MIN|
|I-94 EB E of Brockton Ln to HWY 169||8 MIN|
|I-94 EB E of Brockton Ln to 55 VIA 494||15 MIN|
|I-35E NB N of Wagon Wheel Tr to 94||8 MIN|
|I-35E NB N of Wagon Wheel Tr to HWY 36||13 MIN|
|T.H.212 EB @ Dell Rd to 494||5 MIN|
|T.H.212 EB @ Lyman Blvd to 494||7 MIN|
|T.H.212 EB @ Lyman Blvd to 100 VIA 494||15 MIN|
|T.H.212 EB @ Lyman Blvd to 100 VIA 62||15 MIN|
|I-94 EB @ 25th Ave to HWY 280||3 MIN|
|I-94 EB @ 25th Ave to 35||8 MIN|
|I-94 SB @ Lowry Ave to TO 35W||6 MIN|
|I-94 SB @ Lowry Ave to HWY 280||10 MIN|
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