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Old 08-04-2010, 06:44 PM   #1
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Question How is I-94 - ND, MN, WI ???

Hey folks,

Planning a trip in late September from Oregon to Wisconsin. Was curious how the interstates are through ND, MN, WI. Trip shows me going I-94 all the way through.

Our necks are still sore from travelling across SD on I-90 last year (our RV will never be same either).

I was wondering if the pavement quality on I-94 was any better? Any secondary roads worth taking that won't cost too much time?



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Old 08-06-2010, 09:53 AM   #2
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Last summer, we drove from Medora ND all the way east across North Dakota, but then went south on I-29, so I cannot comment on I-94 in MN or WI. We've done I-90 in SD numerous times and compared to I-94 in ND it is not as good. I-94 is less traveled and is better condition if I remember correctly.

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Old 08-06-2010, 10:09 AM   #3
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I-94 from Minneapolis to Tomah, WI is fine. From Tomah east to Madison has some questionable areas that are being repaired. Even the worst stretches are much better than I-90 in southern Minnesota.

In Minneapolis take the I-694 bypass route to avoid going through downtown. Timing is everything, avoid rush hour traffic if you can.
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Old 08-06-2010, 10:51 AM   #4
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Thanks for the feed back guys...

So it sounds like with less truck traffic that I-94 is probably in better shape than I-90. I-90 was pretty rough out of Rapid City and then again the last 100 miles or so before Sioux Falls. It was mainly expansion joint settlement.

The construction to repair the expansion joints and resurface the pavement outside of Sioux Falls will help in the future but we did damage our Class A front end last year going through there.
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