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Traffic changes take place on I-90 bridge project

MANKATO -- Motorists are advised to pay close attention on Interstate 90 from the South Dakota border through the Beaver Creek area as traffic changes are made to accommodate the progress on the bridge work. The Travel Information Center at Beave...

MANKATO - Motorists are advised to pay close attention on Interstate 90 from the South Dakota border through the Beaver Creek area as traffic changes are made to accommodate the progress on the bridge work.

The Travel Information Center at Beaver Creek is now closed for about two months. However, travel information will be provided at the Adrian eastbound rest area during the closure.

Traffic will continue to be reduced to two-way on two lanes until October when crews have completed their work on top of the bridges. Motorists are advised to use caution in the work zone and watch for workers, equipment and traffic control devices.

The westbound Rock County 4 ramp is expected to re-open in about two weeks, at which time the eastbound Rock County 4 ramp will close.  Watch for signing.

The project includes repairing four bridges and replacing lighting and high tension median cable. PCI Roads, LLC have been awarded the project with a bid of $6,791,564.81.

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