ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Motorists in Rogers and St. Michael may encounter slow traffic and delays as lane and shoulder closures continue through Thursday, Aug. 28, on both directions of Interstate 94 between Highway 241 and Highway 101.
The non-rush hour closures are needed as crews continue preparatory work for the I-94 Corridors of Commerce project in Rogers and St. Michael.
Heavy construction for the project is expected to begin after Labor Day. More information on that work and associated traffic changes will be issued as details become available.
The project will add an auxiliary lane to eastbound I-94 between Highway 101 and Highway 241; add a third lane to westbound I-94 between Highway 101 and Highway 241; extend the turn lane from westbound I-94 to Highway 101; improve the I-94 bridges spanning the Crow River; construct a noise barrier; and make other improvements while lanes are closed for construction.
When complete in 2015, the project will reduce congestion and improve the efficiency of the transportation system.
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For more information on the Corridors of Commerce, visit www.mndot.gov/corridorsofcommerce/
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