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|Length||1,569.06 mi (2,525.16 km)|
|Existed||1956 (completed 1982)–present|
|South end||US 83 in Laredo, TX|
|North end||MN 61 in Duluth, MN|
|States:||Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota|
|Main route of the Interstate Highway System
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In June 2015, the highway was closed because of high water and a rock slide caused by Tropical Storm Bill. On June 18, the southbound lanes opened. It was not known when the northbound lanes would open.
Between the Oklahoma border and Emporia, I-35 is part of the Kansas Turnpike. This part of the interstate goes through Wichita and goes through the Flint Hills area. At Emporia, I-35 separates itself into a new road. This free part of I-35 goes through Ottawa before entering the Kansas City Metropolitan Area, where it goes through Johnson County, and Kansas City, Kansas.
- Geographic data related to Interstate 35 at OpenStreetMap
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