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8:10 a.m. update: Current travel times

Posted by: Tim Harlow Updated: March 3, 2014 - 8:09 AM

The good news for south metro drivers is that the wreck that had been blocking a lane on the Bloomington Ferry Bridge has cleared out. All lanes on northbound 169 are back open. Look for lingering delays on Hwy. 13 approaching 169 and on 169 from Canterbury Road.

Our other slow spots are on southbound 35W due to a crash near the Hwy. 280/Hwy. 36 interchange and a crash on eastbound 394 at Plymouth Road.

Here are some current travel times:

North metro

Southbound 35W from 95th Avenue to Hwy. 280: 26 minutes

Southbound 35E from County 96 to I-94: 20 minutes.

Eastbound Hwy. 10 from Hwy. 169 to 35W: 12 minutes

Westbound 694 from 35E to Hwy. 252: 11 minutes. Eastbound is 12 minutes.

West metro

Eastbound 94 from Hwy. 101 to 494: 18 minutes

Southbound 494 from 94 down to 394: 14 minutes

Eastbound 394 from 494 to 35W via 94: 21 minutes

Southbound Hwy. 169 from I-94 to Crosstown: 16 minutes

Southbound Hwy. 100 from I-94 to Crosstown: 25 minutes

South metro

Northbound 35W from County 42 to the Crosstown: 15 minutes.

Northbound Cedar Avenue from 35E to the Crosstown: 10 minutes

Northbound 35E from County 42 to downtown St. Paul: 35 minutes

Northbound 169 from Canterbury Rd to 494: 17 minutes

Eastbound Hwy. 212 from Dell Road to Crosstown: 12 minutes

Westbound 494 from Cedar Avenue to Hwy. 100: 14 minutes.  Eastbound 494 from Hwy. 169 to 35W: 11 minutes

Westbound Crosstown from Cedar Avenue to Hwy. 169: 13 minutes   Eastbound Crosstown from Hwy. 100 to Cedar Avenue: 9 minutes

East metro

Westbound 94 from Keats Avenue to downtown St. Paul: 12 minutes

Westbound 94 from 35E to the Lowry Hill Tunnel: 13 minutes.

Westbound Hwy. 36 from Edgerton Street to 35W: 10 minutes.

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