St. Paul to end lane closures along portion of Mississippi River Boulevard
St. Paul announced it will end lane closures along Mississippi River Boulevard that were meant to allow for social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
??Important Mississippi River Boulevard Updates: Beginning Monday, June 15 the City will end the lane closure for social distancing on a portion of Mississippi River Boulevard in preparation for planned construction and repair projects between Ford Parkway and Marshall Avenue. pic.twitter.com/BdRVrm4MaP— City of Saint Paul (@cityofsaintpaul) June 9, 2020
The ending of the closures is to allow for construction and repair projects between Ford Parkway and Marshall Avenue.
A temporary social distancing lane closure will remain on the northern part of the roadway between Marshall Avenue and Emerald Street Southeast.