i-94 OVERLAY PROJECT
9.6 miles of the existing pavement on I-94 from the I-494/I-94 interchange in Maple Grove to TH 101 in Rogers, Minnesota will be resurfaced. The project also includes the construction of a new interchange to the east of Brockton Lane in the City of Dayton. Finally, the project will add a new travel lane in both the westbound and eastbound directions of I-94 from TH 610 to TH 101; improve the pavement and expand the truck parking in the Elm Creek Rest Area; modify trails/sidewalks within the MnDOT right of way to make them ADA compliant; and replace deficient storm water management systems. The final determination on whether noise barriers are installed will occur via a vote from the benefited receptors tentatively scheduled for January 29, 2019. No noise walls are being proposed in the City of Rogers. Six lanes of traffic will remain open during construction.
May 10, 2019: Obtain federal finding of no significant impact.
June 2019: Release design build RFP
June 7, 2019: Let advanced widening project.
July 2019: Begin advanced widening work
October 2019: Let design-build contract.
Spring 2020: Begin resurfacing project.
November 2021: Construction is completed.
Dayton Parkway Interchange
This project is being coordinated with a number of other related projects in the area such as:
Construction of Dayton Parkway Interchange
Additional lane between St. Michael and Albertville
Additional lane between Monticello and Clearwater
Cost to Rogers
At this time there are no city project costs anticipated. MnDOT will be modifying trails and sidewalks within the MnDOT right-of-way to make them ADA compliant.
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Kelley Lane is a rural roadway located on the south side of Territorial Road just west of Main Street. The roadway is experiencing severe alligator cracking along its entire length. The street is proposed to receive a full depth reclamation and new bituminous surface.
Monday, July 8th—Friday, July 12th
On Monday, July 8th, the contractor began sawcutting and removing driveways within the right‐of‐way. This work will be completed Monday afternoon or Tuesday morning. Gravel will be placed until the driveways are complete with bituminous/concrete.
The ﬁrst lift of pavement is anticipated for Wednesday or Thursday of this week. Access will be maintained during the paving; however please be patient with any interruptions or delays as the surface should not be driven on until the pavement has been rolled and compacted.
Concrete driveways are scheduled for completion next week. Properties with concrete driveways are asked to not drive on the new concrete pavement for a minimum of 3 days to allow the concrete to cure.
For questions on the schedule or the project in general, please contact:
Jeff Van Den Einde
7:00 a.m. ‐ 7:00 p.m. Monday ‐ Friday
Residents can expect to have full access during this work with the exception of minimal delays from equipment.
Where to Park
We ask that you do not park vehicles on streets under construction during working hours (7:00 a.m. ‐ 7:00 p.m. Monday‐Friday), as construction can be delayed if the contractor cannot access portions of the project. There may be mes where work over the weekends will occur, please do not park on the streets during these times as well.
Garbage and Mail Service
These services will still be provided during construction.
jOHN mILLESS DRIVE
Located on the north side of Industrial Blvd and just east of Main Street, John Milless Drive is experiencing pavement deterioration that includes moderate to high severity of transverse and longitudinal cracking. The street will receive a full depth reclamation and new bituminous pavement and striping.
Located just west of TH 101 and north of South Diamond Lake Road, the project includes a mill and overlay for the southern portion of the roadway and a full depth reclamation for the street north of 137th Avenue North. Northdale Blvd is part of the Municipal State Aid system and state aid funds will be used to correct two existing 90-degree curves that currently do not meet guidelines to receive state aid funding, while the remaining portion of the roadway will be funded using pavement management funds and possible assessments for the addition of curb and gutter.