SLAYTON — The Minnesota Department of Transportation will begin a slope stabilization and road embankment repair project on U.S. Highways 59 and 14 beginning Monday.

The project includes stabilizing slopes and doing road embankment repair work on U.S. Highway 59 and 14 in Lyon, Murray and Redwood counties.

On Highway 59, the work is located near the Slayton Golf Course (on the east side of the highway) and near Garvin Hills (on both sides of the highway.

Highway 14 work will be near Mudeking Hill, the Tracy Golf Course and in Revere.

No detour is required for this project; work will be completed under traffic. Drivers may encounter short delays and flagging operations when shoulder and lane closures are required for everyone’s safety.

The project will cost $1.3 million and is scheduled to be complete by Sept. 30. Start and end dates, as well as order of work locations, could change due to unforeseeable circumstances. The contractor is Carl Bolander and Sons, LLC.

For updates on the project, please visit mndot.gov/d8/projects/hwy59hwy14slopes.