Hwy 52/Lafayette Bridge and I-94 study presentation and survey available
ROSEVILLE, Minn. –The Minnesota Department of Transportation is inviting the public to learn more about a study underway to identify possible solutions to improve the safety and capacity at the interchange of northbound Highway 52 and I-94 at the north end of the Highway 52/Lafayette Bridge near downtown St. Paul. The online presentation that outlines the study and some possible improvements is available on the project study website. The public also is encouraged to fill out a brief survey to share their concerns and ideas to help MnDOT develop potential changes to provide temporary relief in the area until a full or partial solution can be constructed. The survey will be available through Tuesday, Feb. 28.
MnDOT is currently studying the interchange of NB Hwy 52 and its exit ramps to I-94 and West 7th St. as well as the WB I-94 exit ramp to NB I-35E near downtown St. Paul. This study will identify short and long-term changes to improve safety and traffic flow until a full or partial solution is developed. The study is slated to end in December 2023. For more information, visit the study website.
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