MnDOT hosts open house for Hwy 29 overpass near Glenwood on June 29
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Transportation invites the public to attend an open house on Tuesday, June 29, from 3 to 6 p.m., to discuss the design and upcoming construction of the Highway 29 overpass near Glenwood. The open house will be held in the first floor Community Room at the Pope County Courthouse in Glenwood, located at 130 E. Minnesota Ave.
Residents, business owners, and Glenwood area visitors and commuters are encouraged to attend the public open house. There will be no formal presentation. Please stop in whenever it is convenient. Consistent with the latest health guidance, those who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering.
The Highway 29 overpass will eliminate an “at grade” crossing with the Canadian Pacific railway system and address safety and congestion issues. Construction will take place over two years, starting mid-July 2021. The work taking place this year will be focused on Highway 55, which will be detoured through October. Crews will realign Highway 55, reconstruct 160th Street and build the roundabout at the Highway 55/160th Street intersection. In Spring 2022, crews will return to begin construction of the Highway 29 bridge and second roundabout at the Highway 29/160th Street intersection.
At the open house, the public can review maps and visual displays of the Highway 29 overpass design, and the project team will be available to answer questions.
For those who would prefer to get information virtually, all display boards from the open house will be made available on the project website mndot.gov/d4/projects/glenwoodoverpass. There, later this month, you will also find a recorded presentation that provides an overview of the project design, construction impacts and detours. Comments and questions can be submitted via a form on the project website.
Visit the project website for more information about the project and to sign up for project email updates.
MnDOT invites and encourages participation by all. If you need an ASL, a foreign language interpreter, or other reasonable accommodation, or need documents in an alternative format (such as braille or large print) for this email or event, please email your request to Janet Miller at ADArequest.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-366-4720.