I-94 traffic changes in the east metro scheduled for May 12
ROSEVILLE, Minn. — Beginning at 9 p.m., May 12, the right lane (local access lane) and all ramps on WB I-94 between Century Ave. and Mounds Blvd. will be closed to allow construction crews to complete traffic changes for the next construction stage, including reopening and closing a series of ramps throughout the project. These westbound closures will remain in effect until the following afternoon, Saturday, May 13.
This approach is the safest alternative for both drivers and the construction team while still allowing crews to accelerate the completion of the traffic switch.
Several ramp closures and openings along Interstate 94 between St. Paul and Maplewood have been rescheduled for May 13.
The following ramps are expected to re-open during the evening hours of Saturday, May 13:
- Westbound I-94 to southbound Highway 61/Etna Street
- Westbound I-94 to Hudson Road
- Hudson Road to westbound I-94 (the entrance ramp farthest to the east in front of 3M)
On that same evening, Saturday, May 13, the ramps below will close and remain closed through mid-summer:
- Westbound I-94 to Mounds Boulevard
- Southbound Highway 61/Etna Street to westbound I-94
- Northbound Highway 61 to westbound I-94
- Westbound I-94 to White Bear Avenue
These ramp openings and closures are needed as crews finish resurfacing the westbound lanes of I-94 in the project area.
The Interstate 94 reconstruction and improvement project will provide a smoother, safer, long-lasting road with better pedestrian accessibility and improved drainage capabilities. Performing periodic pavement repairs at the appropriate times can greatly increase a road’s lifespan. The project helps ensure MnDOT’s transportation system will continue to serve the state for many years. Construction is expected to be complete by fall 2017.
For more information about the project, visit: www.mndot.gov/i94eastmetro. Follow the project on Twitter @mndotnews for daily traffic updates.
For updated road condition information, call 511 or visit www.511mn.org.