If you’re going to be driving around Minneapolis this weekend, prepare to sit in traffic and have plenty of patience as some major road closures will affect the area.
Highway 55 is closed in both directions near Hamel after two semis collided Tuesday morning, according to authorities.
A 68-year-old Lakeville woman was killed and one other person was hurt in a crash in Dakota County Wednesday afternoon, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Motorists in the Twin Cities will need to find their way around a few closures in the coming days.
Road construction is going to cause some major headaches after 10 p.m. Friday, when all eastbound lanes of Interstate 94 close between Highway 55/Hiawatha Avenue and Highway 280 in Minneapolis as crews lay down pavement.
Motorists this weekend will experience delays one final time as a portion of Interstate 94 in the Twin Cities will be closed due to construction.
Avoid Highway 55 as it’s closed Wednesday night between East 26th Street and East 28th Street in Minneapolis.
The span of Hiawatha Avenue underneath the Martin Olav Sabo Pedestrian Bridge will be closing overnight this week.
Authorities have identified the 19-year-old St. Paul man who was killed after apparently running himself over on the Mendota Bridge. The incident happened at about 5:30 p.m. Thursday on the bridge in Mendota Heights.
The Minnesota State Patrol says a 19-year-old man from St. Paul is dead after an accident on the Mendota Bridge Thursday night.
Drivers beware — major delays and a detour is coming to the eastbound lanes of Interstate 94 in Minneapolis next weekend.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) says that Highway 55/ Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis is set to reopen early Monday morning.
For the third day now, commuters in south Minneapolis are coping with the extra headache of getting around a closed section of Hiawatha Avenue.
Light-rail service on Hiawatha continues to be closed for three stations, as crews work to repair the Sabo Bridge.
Engineers found no sign of trouble during their last inspection of a pedestrian bridge in Minneapolis where a suspension cable broke loose Sunday night.