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Old 06-13-2012, 04:42 PM   #1
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I'm going through SLC tomorrow coming from Idaho, going to CO. On the way to CO, I took I-215 because my RV park was on 215. As you may know, there is a LOT of construction near Provo and I don't know how to get around it so I plan to just bite the bullet and stay on 15 south of SLC until I get to 6. But, should I take 215 around SLC to 15 or just take 15 straight through the city? I'll be going through sometime around noon.
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Have you considered going east from Ogden to Cheyenne and then south to Denver ...

Crossing the Rockies on I-80 is a lot easier than on I-70
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Have you considered going east from Ogden to Cheyenne and then south to Denver ...

Crossing the Rockies on I-80 is a lot easier than on I-70
I'm going to SW CO and that would be a VERY long way to get there!
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Less traffic on I 215
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stay on I 15 through salt lake, the construction area between salt lake and springville where you take hwy 6 is getting better and they are opening up ten miles of 6 lanes this week.
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stay on I 15 through salt lake, the construction area between salt lake and springville where you take hwy 6 is getting better and they are opening up ten miles of 6 lanes this week.
Actually the new 6 lanes opened this morning.

There is still some construction area south of the part they opened. It will all be done by the end of the year they claim.
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stay on I 15 through salt lake, the construction area between salt lake and springville where you take hwy 6 is getting better and they are opening up ten miles of 6 lanes this week.
We wound up taking 215 because there was an accident just after the ramp between 15 and 215 and the only lane moving was the one going to 215. We just zipped through 215 and the construction at Provo wasn't all that bad either. We were lucky.
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