MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — After a five year study, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is raising speeds on many two-lane state highways from 55 mph to 60 mph.

MnDOT studied 7,000 miles of highway and decided to raise speeds on 77 percent of them.

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Most of the new signs are already up. The rest will be up by spring.

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The new speed limit does not go into effect until the new sign is up.

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To see the list of highways with higher speeds, click here.