35W In Minneapolis Won't Close This Weekend As PlannedIt's going to be a busy weekend for road construction in the Twin Cities, with projects necessitating closures in many spots.
Plan Ahead: Big Stretch Of I-35W In Twin Cities To Close For WeekendA major highway shutdown in Minneapolis could throw a detour into your weekend plans.
Parts Of Interstate 494 Closing For Next 3 Weekends
I-494 Closed This Weekend From Maple Grove To MinnetonkaGetting to events this weekend could be tricky if you rely on a specific major Twin Cities freeway.
Interstate 494 Closed This Weekend From Maple Grove To MinnetonkaThe highway is closing so crews can demolish the Rockford Road bridge over the interstate.
Section Of I-35W To Close Over WeekendThe Minnesota Department of Transportation says a section of Interstate 35W is slated to close in both directions from Friday night until Monday morning.
Highway 77 Ramp Closures Set Due To ConstructionHighway 77 ramps at Cliff Road in Eagan will close beginning April 15 due to various construction projects in the area.
Road Closures Begin Near U.S. Bank Stadium Ahead Of Final FourRoads closures began to go into effect Monday morning in downtown Minneapolis as the city prepares to host the Final Four at U.S. Bank Stadium.
St. Paul Man In Custody After Highway 100 Standoff In EdinaAuthorities say a St. Paul man is in custody Saturday afternoon after a four-hour standoff with police that closed Highway 100 in Edina.
Road Closures In Minneapolis Go Into Effect Monday, As The City Prepares For Final Four WeekendMarch Madness is well underway and all roads lead to Minneapolis, as the city gears up for Final Four Weekend.
Minnesota Weather: Ice In The Twin Cities, Flooding In The South & Blowing Snow Near Dakota BorderAs temperatures dipped back below freezing overnight in the Twin Cities, making sidewalks and residential streets slick with ice, many roads remained closed across Minnesota: In the south, meltwater and rain caused flooding while in the northwest, a blizzard created whiteout conditions.