Travelers gearing up for Labor Day travels to and from the Twin Ports and Twin Cities can expect delays and orange cones along the way.  The projects that have plagued drivers over the summer aren't finished, so that will mean headaches come this traditional "driving holiday".

Officials from the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) suggest that delays of up to an hour or more could be possible at peak driving times.  Specifically, they're expecting those peak traffic levels between Noon and 8 PM on Friday and from Noon until 6 PM on Sunday.

At work will be two different single-lane construction work zones which will bottleneck the cars on the roadway.

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