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.
Anoka County and the city of Ramsey have another $10 million to use for the proposed Highway 10-Armstrong Boulevard interchange.
A 47-year-old Shoreview man was killed early Wednesday morning, June 19, in a traffic accident in the area of the Highway 10 and Highway 47 split in Coon Rapids.
An open house on the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s plan to resurface a 5.5-mile segment of Highway 10 in Anoka and Coon Rapids this year has been scheduled.
Although Anoka County is focused on building an interchange at Highway 10 and Armstrong Boulevard, it was made very clear to U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar that the corridor from Coon Rapids to Ramsey needs significant upgrades to improve safety and economic development potential.