Minnesota Department of Transportation

511 Travel Info

Twin Cities Metro Traffic Impacts

Major traffic impacts over Labor Day weekend (Sept. 4 through Sept. 7)

Information on this page is frequently updated. Check back often for the latest news on weekend closures.

For real time traffic information and information about road conditions visit www.511mn.org, download our 511 app or dial 5-1-1.

Hwy 5 in St. Paul

Hwy 5 between St. Paul and Fort Snelling has lane and ramp closures in the area. For full detail visit the Hwy 5 bridge project website.

Hwy 5 between Waconia and Victoria

Hwy 5 between East Scandia Road near Waconia and County Road 11 in Victoria is closed until mid-September.

Visit the project website for more information.

Hwy 10 in Ramsey

Hwy 10 near Armstrong Boulevard (Anoka County Road 83) in Ramsey may have congestion related delays through late October while Armstrong Boulevard is closed north of Hwy 10.

For more information about the project visit Anoka County's Hwy 10 website.

Hwy 13 between Mendota and Lilydale

Hwy 13 closed between Second Street and Lexington Avenue in Mendota and Lilydale. Follow the detour using Hwy 110 and I-35E.

Visit the Hwy 13 project website for more information.

I-35E in St. Paul and Little Canada

There are many lane and ramp closures in the area. Visit the I-35E Corridors Projects website for more information.

The ramp from southbound I-35E to southbound Hwy 52 is closed through November 2015. The closure is part of the Lafayette Bridge project.

Hwy 52/ Lafayette Bridge

The ramp from southbound I-35E to southbound Hwy 52 is closed through early November 2015. There are many other closures in the area.

Visit the Lafayette Bridge website for more information.

Hwy 169 in Jordan

Hwy 169 between Hwy 21 and Hwy 282 is reduced to a single lane with a speed limit of 45 mph through late October.

Visit the Hwy 169 project website for more information.

I-494 in Plymouth

There are many closures in the area. Visit the I-494 project website for more information.