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Old 01-05-2015, 09:50 PM   #1
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Houston... BIG city... good advice!

Recently, we traveled I-10 west through many fine and large cities. But, I took advice from the "panel of experts" on this site and went through Houston on a Sunday morning at 8:00am. Got through this sprawling and BIG city at the posted speed limit with relatively light traffic in about 40 minutes! Wow.. this is a big city with MAJOR highways. I counted as many as nine (9) lanes wide on my side alone at times. I can only imagine what rush hour may be like.

Anyway, early Sunday morning is good travel advice for any large city.

BTW - I'm always impressed with the absolutely beautiful civil engineering and aesthetic SW design themes on the bridge works in the southern states.... stunning!


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Old 01-05-2015, 10:17 PM   #2
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Glad your passing was without issue. 40 minutes to cross Houston is excellent time. As for i10 i believe it is 26lanes now and at rush hour it is stop and go!

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If it's aesthetics you're after, wait'll you hit the "High 5" in Dallas! (I-635 & U.S. 75/North Central Expressway)

Also "The Big 'I'" at I-25 & I-40 in Albuquerque is beautiful with its sand and aquamarine color scheme!

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Thanks for the Dallas "high 5" tip! I may be passing there in a few months. Agree about the Albuquerque structures. Absolutely stunning!

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