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Old 11-29-2013, 05:22 PM   #15
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Because that is what mapquest told me to do. This is also why we have started planning now and are thankful for your knowledge. We will want to stay on the biggest, flowing, non stopping roads we can so please advise us
Tom's right. That is the best way.
I have driven 19 several times myself, but I drive all over the state every week as part of my job and the scenery tends to blur together.

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Old 11-29-2013, 05:43 PM   #16
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19N is the best way for sure. It is a good road - 4 lanes most of the way. There are speed traps prior to the New River Bridge so be careful in that area. 79 N is a ok road but there will be some construction delays most likely. You will have no major issues on the route you proposed. It is the route we will take when we return from Florida back to Pittsburgh next year. John

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Thanks to all once again.
As for speed traps, they would get me for going to slow
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Old 12-11-2013, 10:02 AM   #18
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I just drove from Pgh to FL last week using this route.

The highways have never been in better shape. I couldn't believe that they were in EXCELLENT condition! And, traffic was very light, even I-95.

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I take the same route as Tom N. I have traveled that numerous times. It is a good road and much quicker to 79. The only place that was heavy construction the last time I went is Washington, Pa. . Interchange.

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