Flaggers, delays at the Hwy 34/Hwy 9 intersection in Barnesville scheduled for Aug. 11-12
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – Starting Friday, Aug. 11, weather permitting, motorists traveling on Highway 34 near Barnesville will encounter periodic stops and long delays with flaggers at the Highway 34 and Highway 9 intersection in Barnesville, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
Crews will begin paving the first phase of the Highway 9 reconstruction project, from Main Avenue through the Highway 34 intersection. Flaggers will direct traffic, which may be stopped for up to 15 minutes during paving. The work is expected to take approximately two days to complete.
Highway 9 thru-traffic remains detoured to Interstate 94 and County Road 30 until the project is complete in September.
Visit the project website at mndot.gov/d4/projects/barnesville to learn more about the project, view detour maps and to sign up for project email updates.