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    travel advice CF-Ankeny

    Leaning on others for travel advice...were traveling from Cedar Falls to Ankney this afternoon.

    What route should we take? Any help appreciated!



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    Re: travel advice CF-Ankeny

    20 to 35



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    Re: travel advice CF-Ankeny

    I35 north is open. I am sure south will be open soon. We were able to get from the north side of Ames to Ankeny pretty easy this afternoon.


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    Re: travel advice CF-Ankeny

    20 to I35. 35 is open both directions.



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    Re: travel advice CF-Ankeny

    Is 330 open around Albion?



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    Re: travel advice CF-Ankeny

    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyMac View Post
    Is 330 open around Albion?
    No, you have to go through Marshalltown.

    Also, how low is 65 at the skunk river? Any chance that will be closed?



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    Re: travel advice CF-Ankeny

    Quote Originally Posted by JD720 View Post
    20 to 35

    Sounds complicated.



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    Re: travel advice CF-Ankeny

    Quote Originally Posted by JD720 View Post
    No, you have to go through Marshalltown.

    Also, how low is 65 at the skunk river? Any chance that will be closed?
    But it's open to the north side of Albion right, so you can take S75 up to Liscomb?

    Good point about 65. It's pretty low there. It's also really low and flood prone on the north side of Traer.

    Sorry to hijack Jake. But I'm thinking of heading to Dbq this weekend.

    Edit: IA511.org says northbound 65 is closed.


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    Re: travel advice CF-Ankeny

    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyMac View Post
    But it's open to the north side of Albion right, so you can take S75 up to Liscomb?
    I would assume so as the 330 closure is due to construction and not flooding, but I don't know for sure.



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    Re: travel advice CF-Ankeny

    Quote Originally Posted by JD720 View Post
    I would assume so as the 330 closure is due to construction and not flooding, but I don't know for sure.
    Well, originally it was...



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    Re: travel advice CF-Ankeny

    Quote Originally Posted by Senolcyc View Post
    Sounds complicated.
    I'd much rather deal with smart *** answers than take a longer route than necessary.

    Thanks for the heads up, just wanted to make sure 35 was open between Ames and Ankeny.


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