A project that was supposed to happen a couple of weeks ago has started in Two Harbors - impacting drivers along Highway 61.  Earlier plans to wok on a storm sewer pipe near 6th Street had to be rescheduled due to various impacts; that work is now being performed by work crews with the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

Drivers will be restricted to a single lane - one direction at a time - controlled by a temporary traffic signal which will be in place until the work is done.  The single lane section is only a few hundred feet long - where 6th Street meets up with Highway 61.  MNDOT crews are working on a deep storm sewer - which is resulting in the lane closures.  A temporary concrete barrier will be in place to separate traffic from the work zone until it is complete.

The 7th Street signal will be set to "flashing red" - functioning as a stop sign.  Access to downtown Two Harbors will be provided to drivers on 7th Street; the side streets at 6th Street will be closed for the time being.

To learn more about the project and to get details about the expected timeline, click here to visit MNDOT's online web page for the work site.