I-94 Corridor Coalition Hosted Legislative Preview Lunch Coalition supporters attended the lunch where they were able to hear transportation leaders and elected officials speak Transportation is expected to be ...
Hours Saved So Far…
9.8 crashes per week
350 hours per day travel-time reduction
$6.2 million annual property tax impact
Average Time Spent in Traffic
Congestion along the I-94
Congestion along the I-94 west corridor has reached monumental proportions. Minnesotans have spent countless hours on a roadway that is a lifeline of commerce for the Upper Midwest and to much of greater Minnesota.
This project targets one of the worst bottlenecks on the system and also has the highest rate and severity of crashes on the I-94 west corridor. I-94 from TH 241 in St. Michael to TH 23 in St. Cloud accounts for 40% of the congestion on MnDOT’s Interregional Corridor System, yet accounts for only 1.6% of the system length.
Instead of a streamlined, efficient roadway, Minnesota drivers are saddled with congestion and bumper-to-bumper traffic. Transportation affects virtually every sector of the economy. Increased, consistent traffic raises the likelihood for accidents and hinders economic development in the region.
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By J. Patrick Coolican and Ricardo Lopez Star Tribune Both sides agree on transportation spending of $600M a year, but not how to get there. With less than a ...