May 01, 2019 10:13 AM
Lane restrictions will begin on Highway 60 near St. James starting this Friday, the Minnesota Department of Transportation says.
MnDOT said as work begins in the westbound lanes of Highway 60 in Watonwan County, traffic will be managed on the new eastbound lanes in a single-lane, head-to-head configuration.
The department said it doesn't anticipate needing a detour for traffic, but there will be periodic bridge and ramp closures for work at the CSAH 57/TH 4, Highway 4/County Road 27 and County Road 12 bridges.
The Highway 4/Watonwan County 27 bridge at St. James will also remain closed for about two more weeks with traffic being detoured to Watonwan County Road 57 or County Road 12, MnDOT said.
The Highway 60 project started in June 2018 with an estimated timeline of two years. MnDOT said it's expected to be complete in the fall of 2019.
The 13 miles of construction includes:
You can find more information on the project here.
Created: May 01, 2019 10:13 AM
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