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Old 08-08-2009, 03:38 PM
 
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Try to avoid this area (southbound) today if possible. I went to Austin this morning and noticed a major congestion southboung on the way out. MYSA/Traffic reported that 2 southbound lanes (near Cibolo) would be closed from 10PM to 5AM (thereabouts) but it was there at 8:30AM this morning and still there at 3PM (on my way back).

I went by Bracken instead on my way back, and there were two major lights I had to sit through even that route. Ugh. But I could still see traffic at a standstill on I35.
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Old 08-08-2009, 05:31 PM
 
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If you are there, get off I-35.
There's 1 lane open to go over Cibolo Creek (Selma) going South on I-35
There's about 10 million cars stuck in a traffic jam

I drove all the way North to 1103 road (right before the rest area between Schertz and New Braunfels).
and I could see that traffic wasn't moving by the rest area going South.
The outter roads are completely packed with cars going South.
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