Minnesota Department of Transportation

511 Travel Info

Hwy 10 resurfacing

Sauk Rapids, St. Cloud, Sartell, Watab

Traffic impacts

Project map - click for pdf fileHighway 10

Close and reconstruct eastbound Hwy 10 from CR 33 to E St. Germain St. News release

Both directions - Head-to-head traffic on newly resurfaced westbound

  • Access ramp closures at interchanges  
    • Use of temp access lanes and ramps at CR 29/Hwy15
    • Follow directional signs
  • Reduced speed limits
    • Speeding fines $300
  • Plan for delays

All four lanes open by Fourth of July Weekend

Schedule*

Resurface Hwy 10 westbound COMPLETE
May 21
Resurface Hwy 10 eastbound May 26 - July 3
All lanes open Fourth of July Weekend
Resurface CR 29,
wrap-up project
July

Photo of Hwy 10
May 19, 2015 - The newly resurfaced westbound lanes are complete; crews will work on
the eastbound lanes May 26-July 3.

 

Related projects on Hwy 10

  • Landscape and complete noise wall at CR 2 interchange in Rice, spring 2015
  • Resurface eastbound St. Cloud to Clear Lake, May 11-July 1
  • Install safety median cable guardrail Big Lake to Elk River, June-July 2015
  • Resurface both directions north of Rice at CR 40 (halfway crossing) to Watab, fall 2015

*Schedule is tentative and is subject to change

Summary of work

Newly resurfaced westbound lanes - opened to traffic on May 21.On July 28, 2014, a two-year road improvement project began on Hwy 15 and Hwy 10 in Sartell/Sauk Rapids.

  • Reconstruct Hwy 15 from Benton Drive to Hwy 10 in Sartell/Sauk Rapids - Work Complete
  • Resurface nine miles of Hwy 10 from E St. Germain St to east of CR 33 in St. Cloud and Sauk Rapids
    • Upgrade traffic signals, road signs
    • Resurface turn lanes and accesses
    • Improve drainage
  • Resurface one mile of eastbound Hwy 10 west of CR 33 at Watab - Work Complete
  • Resurface CR 29 connection from Hwy 15 to Hwy 10

Cost

  • $18 million