Hwy 16 detour ends, paving and other work continues; I-90 westbound lanes, ramps reopened in Freeborn County as paving project continues
A Highway 16 detour between Highway 63 and Interstate 90 ended Friday, but motorists should continue to be alert for work crews paving, installing guardrails, striping and doing rumble strip work along this corridor from Spring Valley through Grand Meadow to Dexter, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
Crews wrapped up culvert replacement work west of Highway 63 on Highway 16. Remaining work on the project is expected to end by early October.
During the paving work motorists will encounter single-lane traffic with flaggers and brief closures of intersections during the paving operation. Short traffic delays are likely.
To learn more about the project or sign up for email updates, go to MnDOT’s project website at http://www.dot.state.mn.us/d6/projects/hwy16-resurfacing/index.html.
I-90 westbound lanes, ramps reopened in Freeborn County as paving project continues
Traffic on the Interstate 90 westbound lanes has reopened as the paving project continues to progress toward completion in Freeborn County, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
Traffic in both directions on I-90 remains in single lanes, but vehicles are no longer traveling adjacent to each other in the eastbound lanes. Paving work continues in areas northwest of Albert Lea to Petran, which is east of Albert Lea on I-90.
A number of westbound ramps opened.
- Westbound I-90 exits to Interstate 35 are open
- I-35 exits to westbound I-90 are open
- Highway 13 westbound I-90 exit is open
Closed exits are:
- Freeborn Co Rd 22
- On-ramp at Freeborn Co Rd 26
To learn more about this project and sign up for email updates, go to http://www.dot.state.mn.us/d6/projects/i90-concreteoverlay/index.html.