Metro-Hwy 110 between Mendota Heights and Inver Grove Heights: 2017 construction

Updated schedule details

The Cold In Place Recycling (CIR) work was completed this week. As you may recall from the eastbound CIR work there is a time that we need to let the materials dry.  Paving operations will begin next week. We will also have an overnight closure of Dodd Rd on Mon, Sept. 18 beginning at 7 p.m. The crossover movement for Dodd Rd over Hwy 110 will be reopen by 6 a.m. the following day (Tue, Sept. 19).

Over the next week you will continue to see traffic impacts including:

  • The ramp from westbound Hwy 110 to Robert St is closed through late September
  • Intermittent lane closures on eastbound Hwy 110
  • Westbound Hwy 110 closed between I-494 and I-35E
  • Charlton Rd. closed at Hwy 110
  • Sunfish Ln. and Angell Rd. are both right in and right out  to and from eastbound Hwy 110
  • The home across from Sunfish Ln. will be local access only to and from their property
  • Carmen Ln/Crown Point neighborhood MUST turn right towards I-35E and make a u-turn in order to access EB Hwy 110


As of June 12, the contractor is utilizing nighttime hours (9 p.m.-5 a.m.). This work may include: removals, excavation/grading, installation/removal of shoring, and installation of a box culvert under Hwy 110. These nighttime activities are expected to continue through mid-September.

More about this project

This one-construction season project is expected to run though the fall of 2017. During that time, there will be pavement, signing and drainage improvements along with construction of a Dakota County pedestrian underpass.

Visit: for a complete list of traffic impacts and closures, or to sign up for project email updates.

For real-time travel information anywhere in Minnesota visit or dial 5-1-1.

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