Construction on the pedestrian bridge spanning Highway 65 near the high school in Spring Lake Park is more than a month behind schedule.
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.
The Coon Rapids City Council has thrown its support behind efforts to have the Mississippi River Trail (MRT), which passes through the city, designated as a United States bike route.
The Coon Rapids City Council is requesting an advance on its state aid funding allocation for its 2013 street reconstruction program.
Blaine will use will use a federal block grant to pay for a pedestrian trail along Naples Street from 95th Avenue north to the Metro Transit Park-N-Ride lot.
Although it does not have approval from the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT), St. Francis is moving forward with adding safety features to Highway 47.
Anoka’s project to establish a whistle-free quiet zone for trains passing through the city has been temporarily derailed.
Blaine City Council is amenable to supporting a Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) speed study request made by a neighboring city.