Tuesday's morning rush served up no real hassles, and even the log jam that formed on Hwy. 100 in the work zone through St. Louis Park didn't lead to lengthy delays.  It was crowded between 394 and Excelsior Blvd. between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m., but the jam only added 5 or fewer minutes to the drive.

The fog in the northern and eastern suburbs didn't factor into the commute either.

I-35W, both from the north and the south, flowed well all morning while eastbound 94 had some slow downs between Rogers and the Fish Lake Split during the mid portion of the rush.

Crashes were few and far between Tuesday, and those that did occur cleared quickly.

Overall, commuters had little to complain about.

Road work today will have both directions of Hwy. 212 down to a single lane at Shady Oak Road in Eden Prairie until 3 p.m.  And in Brooklyn Center, a drain replacement project will have the ramp from westbound 694 to Shingle Creek Pkwy. closed from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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