The work is almost over and soon you'll be able to utilize one of the rest stops on I-35 along the route to the Twin Cities.
The Culkin Rest Area on I-35 near Mahtowa is expected to reopen Thursday, Sept. 25, barring any unexpected construction delays...
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has rescheduled a temporary bridge closure. The closure, from eastbound Highway 23 to northbound I-35 in Duluth, is rescheduled for Monday, September 15 from 9 AM to 3 PM. Traffic will be detoured during the closure.
It looks like commuters in the Twin Ports will be taking detours a little longer. Originally the closure and repair of southbound I-35 in Duluth was scheduled to take less than a week. A new timetable released by the Minnesota Department of Transportation revises that schedule and it now appears that drivers will face the closure for 3 to 4 weeks.
Drivers traveling north and south on I-35, just south of Boundary Avenue in Duluth will be restricted to a single lane beginning Monday, April 29th. Crews will be busy constructing a media crossover - weather permitting. Motorists will be restricted to a single lane for about a mile.
An update on a story we published yesterday. MnDOT has revised the dates for the road construction project on I-35.
The updated project will proceed as follows:
On Thursday August 30th, from 8:30 AM to 3 PM, the southbound right-turn lane on the I-35/Ore Dock Bridge located south of 27th Avenue West will close...
Here's more evidence that road construction season is in full swing: New lane and ramp closures begin August 28th on I-35.
On Tuesday August 28th from 8:30 AM to 3PM - the southbound right turn lane on the I-35-Ore Dock Bridge located just south of 27th avenue west will close...
Twin Ports motorists that use the Grand Avenue on and off ramps at I-35 need to make other plans on June 9th. That ramp will close for one day - from 5 AM until the work is complete.
Drivers are instructed to utilize the Central Avenue ramps, which will bring you close to your destination...
It was only supposed to last two years. Then, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton shut down operations last summer over the budget impasse; Those four weeks of idling orange cones has dragged the I-35 Mega Project in the Twin Ports into Year Three.