- The 197th Ave. bridge over Hwy 169
- The northbound 101/169 bridge over Hwy 10
- Access to/from Hwy 169, Hwy 10, Hwy 101 and 197th Ave.
- All lanes returned to original configuration
Off-road work to occur year-round. All traffic impacts are tentative and weather dependent.
Work operations will resume in full force in Spring 2023 as crews construct two new Hwy 169 interchanges at 193rd Ave. and School St. Work zone map, PNG
Overall, Hwy 169 will be reduced to one lane in both directions through each work area, each year. Access to/from Hwy 169 and adjacent streets will change and motorists will follow road signs to the next open access. Pedestrians will have sidewalk closures with signed detours.
Consider these tips:
The three-mile Hwy 169 freeway between Hwy 101/Hwy 10 and 197th Ave. in Elk River will take three full construction seasons to complete from April 2022 to November 2024. Work includes bridges, freeway lanes, adjacent road and sidewalk connections, city utilities and underground infrastructures.
The 169 Redefine project is in partnership with MnDOT, City of Elk River and Sherburne County.
All information is subject to change.