The unfortunate truth is that sometimes, you just have to work in a different town than the one you live in. Commuting isn't the greatest, honestly, it mostly sucks, but sometimes you've just got to do what you've got to do.

Luckily for us, out here on the Western Slope, there are plenty of towns that are within a reasonable distance from each other, with a fairly easy-to-drive interstate highway between them.

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Whether you live in Montrose, Delta, Grand Junction, Ouray, Ridgway, or anywhere else on the map that I don't feel like name-dropping at the moment, you've no doubt spent a not-insignificant amount of time in at least one of the other towns I've mentioned, probably two. Getting from one to the other is easier than, say, driving literally anywhere in New York City, but every town in America has its own quirks when it comes to traffic.

Today, let's take a look at how to get through Montrose, Colorado as quickly and efficiently as possible. Located as it is, whether you live/work in town, or you're just passing through, you'll likely have to navigate Montrose during your drive. Here are some tips to get you through without hassle. If you have any of your own to share, get social with us, and let us know on the app.

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