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Old 07-11-2015, 06:57 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Hiho Silver View Post
It depends on where you are going. We like state highways 56 and/or 54 thru Kansas if you are going thru Liberal

I am traveling from northwest South Carolina to Pueblo CO. I am looking for the least painful path.

I have never crossed Kansas (east to west). When traveling from SC to Kansas City I usually cross southern MO to Springfield MO to avoid St Louis and the really rough interstates of Illinois.

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Old 07-11-2015, 07:07 AM   #16
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Well yes, if you are going to Pueblo, then going all the way up to US36 puts you on a track that is pretty far north and out of your way.
Just to be clear ( and I know Hiho knows this ), the highways 54 and 56 he mentions are actually "US" ( federal ) roads, not state roads. So to the OP, if you're looking for those, you'll be looking for the "US shield" on the map.

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Whoops. That is correct. My mistake. Thanks

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Old 07-11-2015, 08:26 AM   #18
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Shhh... Let's quit encouraging folks to use US36. Otherwise the Mach .92 folks will move and we will have traffic congestion on US 36, 54 and 50. Happy Saturday morning
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We drove from Denver to Fort Riley last week in the AS and it was not bad at all. A few one lane areas, but with light traffic.

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