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MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Commuters traveling northbound on U.S. Highway 52 from Rochester this summer have dealt with traffic delays due to construction. With construction not letting up anytime soon, here is what commuters can expect for the remainder of the year.
MnDOT maintenance crews will begin removing the medians July 25, and the work should be done in early August.
Group of area residents join discussion to cite concerns and desire to see safety addressed.
Even planned to provide information from Olmsted County Public Works and Minnesota Department of Transportation staff.

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Construction on the project is currently slated for 2024 and 2025.
According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation's website, the crash occurred between Alleghany Avenue and 4th Grant Boulevard West in Wabasha.
Tuesday kicked off the Minnesota Department of Transportation's plan to replace 209 highway signs with new Census population numbers in southeastern Minnesota this spring and summer.
The meeting is scheduled for 4-6 p.m. Thursday, May 19, 2022, at Kasson City Hall.
Minnesota Department of Transportation will install high-tension cables in the median between Byron and Rochester, but intersection changes will wait.
Burn crews from the Minnesota Department of Transportation will be conducting a prescribed burn in Fillmore County on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.

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A U of M study is looking for collision hotspots and how deer accidents can be reduced.
Efforts to restore the historic, largely Black neighborhood should include people most impacted by freeway construction

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