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Old 08-26-2005, 06:39 AM   #1
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We are thinking of heading down I90 from Buffalo to Boston and then haeding north along the coast. Last time thru there (I90 NY)there was a lot of construction and lanes were narrowed to the point that it was an uncomfortable drive with semis passing etc. Having looked at the Truway web site I see no real sign of that now. Anyone been through that recently?
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We are thinking of heading down I90 from Buffalo to Boston and then haeding north along the coast. Last time thru there (I90 NY)there was a lot of construction and lanes were narrowed to the point that it was an uncomfortable drive with semis passing etc. Having looked at the Truway web site I see no real sign of that now. Anyone been through that recently?
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Nobody been down that way recently? My alternative is to cross at Cornwall but then we miss the Finger Lakes that are very nice, (and quiet this time of year...Sept).
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I don't believe there are any major projects going on, I live near Albany, Ny and we have gone in both directions recently(buffalo and Worcester, Ma). They had a major project on I90 in Albany but that is pretty much finished. Good Luck Ed
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Thanks for the information. Sounds good....just hoping that the fuel shortage will not be a factor. As of now looks like diesel is the same price either side of the border..$1.00/litre here and $3.80 (cdn) per US gallon. First time in recent memory that there has been no difference!
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