Motorists will experience delays as both directions of Highway 65 between Osborne Road NE and 81st Avenue NE close at 10 p.m. Friday, June 14.
An 85-year-old Fridley woman died after being involved in a three-vehicle crash at Highway 65 and 109th Avenue in Blaine the morning of March 14.
Weekday, rush hour express bus service on Highway 65 from the Anoka County border with Isanti County to and from downtown Minneapolis will begin in early 2014 at the latest.
Has the recent reconstruction of a section of Highway 65 through East Bethel resulted in more road noise? At least one area resident thinks so.
Nobody was hurt in a three-vehicle accident that occurred this afternoon (Oct. 23) on Highway 65, north of Main Street/125th Avenue N.E. in Blaine, according to a Blaine Police Department sergeant.
In response to citizen complaints about traffic signal timing along Highway 65 and its major cross streets, the Blaine City Council Oct. 4 adopted a resolution requesting that the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) take another look at signal timing at nine intersections between 85th and 117th avenues.
The Anoka County Board Aug. 14 unanimously approved a bid for the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of Highway 65 and 221st Avenue in East Bethel later this fall.
The Ham Lake City Council May 7 approved a joint powers agreement (JPA) with Anoka County that spells out who is responsible for what in the reconstruction of the Highway 65 and Bunker Lake Boulevard intersection.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) is planning to spend $12.42 million to improve the Highway 65 corridor in East Bethel and Ham Lake this year.