Hwy 24 reduced to single lane overnight June 3 through June 19
Segments of Hwy 24 between I-94 in Clearwater and Hwy 10 in Clear Lake will be reduced to a single lane overnight beginning June 3. The closures are scheduled 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. up to seven days per week through June 19.
Hwy 24 in Clear Lake is shifted to narrow, temporary lanes through August.
Roadwork continues through August
Crews will resurface (mill and overlay) and improve Highway 24 from south of I-94 in Clearwater to Highway 10 in Clear Lake, includes shoulders and turn lanes; repair storm drainage; reconstruct pedestrian sidewalks and approaches in Clear Lake between Clark St and Hwy 10; widen the turn-radius at the State Street/Hwy 24 intersection in Clear Lake, and upgrade the signals systems at:
- I-94 interchange ramps (Exit 178) in Clearwater
- County Rd 75 in Clearwater
- County Rd 8 (River Rd SE) in Clear Lake township
When complete in late August, the project will result in a smoother ride, extend the life of the roadway, and improve traffic flow, safety and accessibility.
$1.8 million, Knife River
- Road resurfacing: Night work, expect shoulder closures/narrow lanes; no parking along Hwy 24 in Clear Lake.
- Pedestrian sidewalks: Day work, expect sidewalk closures in Clear Lake (only one side of roadway at a time)
- Access to businesses and residencies to be maintained, follow directional signing
- Rob Abfalter, Construction Project Manager, 320-223-6617
Hwy 24 Mississippi River Bridge
Work: Reconstruct the Highway 24 Mississippi River bridge in Clearwater.
Status: New Highway 24 Mississippi River crossing bridge opened to traffic in August 2017. Crews will complete any remaining work by June 2018. In fall 2018, a separate landscaping project will be done on the southwest side. Project photos
Construct: August 2015 to late June 2018
Cost: $17.4 million, Lunda Construction
Traffic impacts: Periodic lane closures.
Contact: Kirk Allen, Construction Project Manager, 218-828-5739