A major interstate highway in the central United States. It runs from Duluth, Minnesota, to Laredo, Texas, connecting the cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Des Moines, Kansas City, Wichita, Oklahoma City, Dallas/Ft. Worth and San Antonio. It splits into I-35W and I-35E in the Minneapolis and Dallas areas. Not a scenic interstate, but few east of the Rocky Mountains truly are.
If you drive I-35 through Minnesota en route to Duluth, northern cities, or cities in eastern Minnesota and Wisconsin on I-94, take I-35E because I-35W sucks Crosstown Commons. If you are going to Minneapolis or going to western Minnesota cities on I-94, take I-35W to I-494 up to I-394 and east into Minneapolis, or I-494 up to I-94 on the northwest corner of the metro.

Lesson: Try to avoid I-35W if at all possible.
by The Volkswagen Beatle December 31, 2004

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