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Spring weight restrictions to be lifted Friday

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Department of Transportation will end spring weight restrictions in the southeast, south and metro frost zones Friday. Spring weight restrictions will end April 17 in the central zone.

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Department of Transportation will end spring weight restrictions in the southeast, south and metro frost zones Friday. Spring weight restrictions will end April 17 in the central zone.

Spring load restrictions are still in effect in the north-central and north frost zones.
Road restriction maps indicating the locations of weight restricted routes and those state highways open to maximum 10-ton axle weights are listed at mndot.gov/loadlimits. Click on “Spring Load Restrictions.” Also available is a text list of the restricted segments along with exceptions to the map.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation will end spring weight restrictions in the southeast, south and metro frost zones Friday. Spring weight restrictions will end April 17 in the central zone.
Spring load restrictions are still in effect in the north-central and north frost zones.
Road restriction maps indicating the locations of weight restricted routes and those state highways open to maximum 10-ton axle weights are listed at mndot.gov/loadlimits. Click on “Spring Load Restrictions.” Also available is a text list of the restricted segments along with exceptions to the map.

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