Construction season is about to ramp up for the St. Croix River Crossing Project.
Those using Highway 95 between downtown Stillwater and Highway 36 will want to note that the roadway will be down to a single lane beginning Wednesday, April 1 as crews prepare the area to move segments across the road for St. Croix River Crossing bridge deck construction.
The lane closures will be at the Highways 36 and 95 intersection where there is currently two lanes of traffic in each direction, Kristin Calliguri, a spokesperson for the St. Croix River Crossing Project said. Access to downtown Stillwater will remain the same, a single-lane in each direction.
The lane closures will continue through fall 2015, weather permitting.
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- A Bird’s Eye View: 15 Aerial Photos of the St. Croix River Crossing
New Richmond Regional Airport Manager Mike Demulling shared these aerial photos he took on March 27 of the St. Croix River Crossing Project construction:
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