Repaving work at I-90 Exit 267 ramps at Nodine may cause brief delays
NODINE, Minn. – Interstate 90 motorists at Exit 267 at Nodine in Winona County may encounter short delays beginning Monday, Sept. 11 as crews prepare the top of the ramps for repaving, according to Minnesota Department of Transportation.
Work is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m., Sept. 11 and will continue to Sept. 12. Work is taking place at the top of the ramps and traffic will be directed by flaggers around the work. Crews are removing the older pavement. Repaving work will likely take place later this month.
Winona County is also doing work on Winona County Road 12, which crosses I-90, so motorists should be alert and aware of additional construction work taking place at the ramps.
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