Signal system replacement begins Monday, April 12, at Highway 36 and Hamline Avenue in Roseville
Roseville, Minn. – Replacement of the signal system at the intersection of Highway 36 and Hamline Avenue in Roseville begins Monday, April 17, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. MnDOT will upgrade the aging and outdated signal system with a new signal that meets current design standards, including LED lighting, video vehicle detection and remote operation and surveillance from the department’s Regional Transportation Management Center in Roseville.
In addition, the project also will update sidewalks/pedestrian crossings to meet Americans with Disability Act (ADA) standards. The entrance to Cedarholm Golf Course at the west side of the intersection also will be rebuilt half at a time to allow access to the facility at all times.
As work begins, the contractor will turn off the signal system and install stop signs to control traffic. The right turn lane from Highway 36 to northbound Hamline Avenue will be closed and Hamline Avenue traffic will be restricted to a single lane in each direction between Highway 36 and County Road B-2.
Construction crews will work from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, Monday through Friday.
Weather permitting, work will be completed by mid-June.