Lawmakers Continue Push to Overhaul 494-35W Interchange

Would you like to see the legislature approve $85 million in spending to improve the I-35W and 494 interchange by adding a northbound and westbound ramp? Or, are there other transportation needs in Minnesota you'd rather see addressed? Let these lawmakers know your views!  


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Lawmakers Continue Push to Overhaul 494-35W Interchange


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