County road and bridge construction projects in your community
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Road maintenance activities
Operations and maintenance projects for the county road system include managing and improving pavement, traffic and drainage, as well as taking care of roadside assets and bridges. Many of these are brief activities that have minimal impact on traffic.
Road and bridge improvement projects
Activities like roadway replacement, utility replacement, soil improvement and addition of bicyclist and pedestrian features are larger efforts. A project can be a few weeks to a few months long during a construction season and frequently requires detours.
Below is a list of current road and bridge projects on county roads.
Other road projects and projects near roads in your area may be led by the Minnesota Department of Transportation, your local municipality or various utility companies.
For up-to-date information about key road closures, detours and other construction activities, explore the county's interactive transportation map.
County road and bridge projects planned in your community
The following are planned reconstruction and other notable projects for 2017 and beyond.
West Broadway Avenue (County Road 103)
Woodland Trail/County Road 10
Elm Creek Road (County Road 202)
Flying Cloud Drive (County Road 61)
Glenwood Avenue (County Road 40)
Golden Valley Road (County Road 66) over Bassett Creek
Wayzata Boulevard (County Road 112)
Pinto Drive (County Roads 115 and 116)
Glenwood Avenue (County Road 40)
Humboldt Avenue (County Road 57)
Lake Street Connections (County Road 3 at I-35W)
Marshall Street NE (County Road 23)
Minnetonka Boulevard (County Road 5)
County Road 24
Getting around Hennepin County
Learn about bus and LRT projects throughout the county.
Read more about public transportation.
Target Field Station
Explore Target Field Station's public, environmental and transit features through a virtual tour, and learn about parking options and community partners.
Read more about Target Field Station.
Hennepin County Community Works partners with cities and other agencies to foster redevelopment, transportation, public works infrastructure, parks, trails and the environment.
Learn more about community works.
This project expands upon the existing blue line and will extend from downtown Minneapolis to Brooklyn Park, serving the northwest Twin Cities metro.
Read more about Bottineau LRT.
Lowry Avenue community works is county-led effort established in 1999 to improve transportation options, offer housing choice, and support business growth in the Lowry Avenue communities.
Read more about Lowry Avenue community works.
Partners develop and support the Midtown Greenway, as well as leverage economic growth in the area, including the Lake Street corridor.
Learn more about Midtown community works.
This project stimulates livability along the Penn Avenue corridor in North Minneapolis, extending from the Southwest Light Rail Transit Penn Avenue Station at I-394 to Osseo Road and 49th Avenue North.
Read more about Penn Avenue community works.
Scheduled to open in 2018, the Southwest Light Rail Transit (SWLRT) line will extend from downtown Minneapolis to Eden Prairie.
Learn more about Southwest community works.