Kansas City Sports Complex Interchange.

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BK's Comment
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I have been routed up 435 north to intersect to 70 east three times recently. I think the 435 exit is 63C. Each time I’ve had trouble making this transition. Very confusing. I’ve studied my trucker’s atlas and the satellite view of this intersection, but I am still unsure of what I am doing wrong.

Has anyone else figured this intersection out? I would like to be able to navigate it without problems next time I go that route.

Rob T.'s Comment
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So you're on 435 heading north and want to get onto 70 heading east?

Rob T.'s Comment
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So you're on 435 heading north and want to get onto 70 heading east?

If this is what you're trying to do from 435 north to get on 70 east take exit 63 A. Keep right at the fork. That area was completely redone within the last couple years.

BK's Comment
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Yes, 435 north to 70 east. Exit 63A, I’ll write that down for the next time. Thanks.

Rob T.'s Comment
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Yes, 435 north to 70 east. Exit 63A, I’ll write that down for the next time. Thanks.

No problem just remember to follow the signs for St Louis. When you take 63A keep right at the first fork, ramp is long but eventually you'll need to move over to the left 2 lanes. Traffic coming from 435 South to get on 70E will be in those lanes.

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