Minnesota Department of Transportation

511 Travel Info

I-94 Improvements

Rogers to St. Michael

Project complete

All new lanes on I-94 are open. Photo by Jeff Eggert, WSB

The I-94 Rogers project will be archived in Feb 2016.

Upcoming roadwork in St. Cloud

In the 2016 construction season, Interstate 94 will be resurfaced west of St. Cloud through the Collegeville area. Also, the I-94 bridges over Highway 15 in St. Cloud will be resurfaced.

Both projects will require lane shifts, lane closures and head-to-head traffic on either direction of I-94.

Thank you

MnDOT thanks you for your continued patience during this two year Design-Build, $28.3 million Corridors of Commerce funded, improvement project on I-94 between Rogers and St. Michael

All new lanes and ramps opened to traffic on Oct. 12, 2015.

For current road conditions, visit 511mn.org

About this project

New lane, new learning curve
Please don’t use the newly constructed eastbound auxiliary lane between Hwy 241 and Hwy 101 to pass on the right (the auxiliary lane is the rightmost lane). It’s designed only for vehicles entering and exiting eastbound I-94. It’s not designed for passing, as the lane ends after only a short distance. If you use the auxiliary lane to pass on the right, you could be ticketed.



Install capacity improvements between Hwy 101 in Rogers and Hwy 241 in St. Michael.

Eastbound I-94

  • Build an auxiliary lane from Hwy 241 to Hwy 101

Westbound I-94

  • Extend the Hwy 101 exit ramp at Rogers
  • Install a third lane from Rogers to St. Michael
  • Construct a noise barrier on the north side of the interstate in Rogers

Crow River bridges

  • Widen bridges, includes new support girders and deck surfaces

All new lanes open on I-94. By Jeff Eggert, WSB


  • Add capacity and improve traffic flow
  • Alleviate congestion and rush hour backups on a heavily used freight and commuter route
  • Reduce congestion on secondary routes 



Project end Nov. 5, 2015
Construct eastbound Complete Oct. 12, 2015
Construct westbound Complete July 20, 2015
Project began June 30, 2014