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Old 09-29-2011, 01:21 PM   #1
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Road Conditions Interstate 10 both directions

Has anyone traveled I 10 in the last 6 months or so that can tell me how the road surface is through the southern states, looking Florida to Az Westbound as well as Louisiana to Florida Eastbound.

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Was on I-10 all day today from Jacksonville to Al. No traffic and smooth as a babies bottom....
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I10 from the 10-12 split to Highland Road and I12 from Baton Rouge east to Denham Springs are the pits. Construction, narrow lanes, lane changes, lots of traffic. Be careful.

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Houston to AZ border is generally very good. A short stretch of rough road (1-2 mi) in NM at the I-25 split. 80 mph speed limit from west of Kerrville to El Paso county line.
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I-10 is now very good. As mentioned, there is a part in LA that's not good but you can find that on any Interstate anywhere (especially toll road, go figure!). We have been going back and forth on I-10 since 2000 and it used to be really bad. Today the trip is "generally" very good.
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Great info, thanks to all that replied.
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Hey, Tom, you come through Houston, you need to stop for a visit. Traders Village is not too far from us.

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