The state’s long-range vision for Highway 10 is a freeway uninterrupted by traffic signals. With costs rising to $300 million to add an extra lane in each direction and replace signals with overpasses, traffic engineers have come up with a series of solutions that could improve this corridor sooner rather than later.
Anoka County is once again seeking state bonding dollars to help pay for the proposed Highway 10-Armstrong Boulevard interchange project in Ramsey.
People interested in a Highway 10 access study that focuses on the cities of Anoka and Ramsey are invited to a Thursday, Sept. 12 open house from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Ramsey Municipal Center, 7550 Sunwood Drive NW, in the Alexander Ramsey room.
Drivers will continue to experience major delays on Highway 10 as road work continues.
A repaving project on a 5.5-mile segment of Highway 10 in Anoka and Coon Rapids will begin July 15.