Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Hwy 2 Corridor Study


Purpose of Study

The City of Crookston is conducting a corridor study to evaluate pedestrian safety improvements that can be made along Highway 2 in Crookston. The study will also examine the future transportation and mobility needs to develop a long-term vision for the corridor. The primary goal is to create a corridor that:

  • Improves safety for motorists and pedestrians
  • Improves mobility
  • Improves freight movement
  • Manages access
  • Aligns with the City’s development goals.

A key focus in accomplishing these goals is determining Highway 2 access management options for key intersections at Sixth Street and Robert Street.

Highway 2 in Crookston map showing the project limits
Crookston Hwy 2 corridor study project area

The way ahead

The purpose of the study is two-fold. The final recommended solution will identify short-term pedestrian improvements that can be implemented by 2024. It will also identify a long-term vision that will guide future corridor improvements for both the City of Crookston and MnDOT.

How to Participate

Visit the Public Involvement page to review materials from the Open House and learn all of the ways to share your insights and take part in the study.

Community Review Panel

MnDOT is partnering with the City of Crookston to help identify the current issues and create a local vision for the corridor. A Community Review Panel will help City of Crookston ensure that community values are represented in the development and evaluation of project alternatives, while fostering conversations within the community. Visit the Public Involvement page to learn more.


MnDOT and its partners have committed to work with the Crookston community to ensure that the community’s concerns and aspirations are directly reflected in the alternatives developed as part of the Highway 2 Study and to provide feedback on how the community influenced recommendations and decisions.


Infographic explaing the corridor study timeline.
This infographic shows the tentative schedule for the corridor study. The study is expected to last through the summer of 2022.