au Program History - Corridors of Commerce - MnDOT
Minnesota Department of Transportation

511 Travel Info

Corridors of Commerce

Fostering economic growth with transportation investments

Program history

Funding year Route Project description Cost estimate Project category Notes
2015 Hwy 14 and Hwy 15 Hwy 14 and Hwy 15 intersection, New Ulm, preliminary design work $700,000 Freight Improvement Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 I-94 St. Michael to Albertville design options for lane addition $1.4 million IRC Capacity Development Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 Hwy 11 Greenbush to Warroad design passing lanes $500,000 Freight Improvement Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 Hwy 14 Owatonna to Dodge Center purchase right of way for expansion $7.3 million IRC Capacity Development Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 Hwy 23 New London to Paynesville purchase right of way for expansion $800,000 IRC Capacity Development Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 Hwy 34 Detroit Lakes to Becker CR 29 mill and overlay $1.8 million Freight Movement Preservation Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 Hwy 169 Nine Mile Creek design work for bridge replacement $1.5 million Freight Movement Preservation Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 I-35W Minnesota River Crossing design work $5.5 million Freight Movement Preservation Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 I-35W Northern suburbs design work for MnPASS system $1.1 million Metro Capacity Development Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 Hwy 65 Central Avenue design work for bridge deck replacement $2 million Metro Capacity Development Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 I-94 Between Minneapolis and St. Paul design work for new pavement bridges and managed lanes $2 million Metro Capacity Development Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 Hwy 51 Snelling Avenue, St. Paul provide added funding for reconstruction project $1.4 million Freight Improvement Funded by FY2015 legislation - $25 million
2015 Hwy 371 Expansion to four lanes from Nisswa to Jenkins $45 million (2016) IRC Capacity Development Funded with previous project savings and MnDOT efficiencies - $45 million
2014 Hwy 14 Purchase right of way for expansion between Dodge Center and Owatonna $1.5 million IRC Capacity Development Funded by FY2014 legislation - $6.5 million
2014 Hwy 23 Environmental work to prepare Hwy 23 for future expansion from New London to Paynesville and Paynesville to Richmond $1.5 million IRC Capacity Development Funded by FY2014 legislation - $6.5 million
2014 Hwy 34 Center left turn lane in Detroit Lakes from Hwy 59 to County Road 141 $1.9 million Freight Improvement Funded by FY2014 legislation - $6.5 million
2014 Hwy 2 Reconstruct segment of roadway in Deer River $1.6 million Freight Improvement Funded by FY2014 legislation - $6.5 million
2013 Hwy 2 Passing lanes from Cass lake to Deer River Est. $8-10 million (2014) Freight Improvement Funded by FY2013 legislation
2013 I-94 Lanes from MN 101 to MN 241 $28.3 million* (July 2014) IRC Capacity Development Funded by FY2013 legislation
2013 Hwy 34 Passing lanes from Detroit Lakes to Nevis Est. $8-10 million* (2014) Freight Improvement Funded by FY2013 legislation
2013 Hwy 14 4-lane Hwy 218 to east of Steele County Road 43 $12 million* (July 2014) IRC Capacity Development Funded by FY2013 legislation
2013 Hwy 610 Realign and extend highway from County Road 81 and Elm Creek Boulevard to I-94 Est. $100 million* (2014) Metro Capacity Development Funded by FY2013 legislation
2013 Hwy 14 4-lane N. Mankato to Nicollet Est. $20-28 million (2015) IRC Capacity Development Funded by FY2013 legislation
2013 Hwy 14 Nicollet Bypass (4 lane) Est. $15-25 million (2015) IRC Capacity Development Funded by FY2013 legislation
2013 I-694 Add a third general purpose lane in each direction between Rice Street and Lexington Avenue Est. $35-42 million (2015) Metro Capacity Development Funded by FY2013 legislation
2013 Hwy 169 Itasca County 4-lane from 0.66 miles southwest of County Road 15 to 0.3 miles east of County Road 7 Est. $9.5 million* (2016) Freight Improvement Funded by FY2013 legislation
2013 Hwy 23 Passing lanes from Willmar to I-90 Est. $13-19 million (2016) Freight Improvement Funded by FY2013 legislation

* Adjusted from original estimate