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Old 05-10-2009, 09:34 AM   #1
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Getting Around I-40 in Ok and other bad spots

We are heading to CA in a few days and heard that I-40 in OK is bad. What are the roads that parallel I-40 that are nice 2 lane roads? Are there any other bad spots of I-40 and what would be the ways around it?
We are heading for New Mexico and I-40 is the most direct route.
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I cannot speak for any roads that might parallel I-40, but I just spoke to a friend of mine who is currently at Page AZ and he said that I-40 was not too bad but that the construction in OKC was bad, that he used I240/I44 to bypass most of the city and he just breezed right thru. Hope this helps.

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Old 05-17-2009, 07:07 AM   #3
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Just came from CA on 40 to McAlester, ok
I 40 has some construction and bad road's in OK but nothing like we ran into in NM seems like 50% under construction and most of the rest needs it. One section of west bound I40 west of Grants was the worst road I have ever driven on and i live on a dirt road. it shook us so bad i had to slow down to 30 just to keep the coach from falling apart
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Old 05-27-2009, 06:45 PM   #4
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We finally arrived in CA and want to thank those that replied to my question. The only problem we found with I-40 was in OK and we used OK-9, OK 37 & OK 152. THe rest of I-40 was Ok and there was construction in NM.Again thanks to all and safe travels.
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