A pavement and guardrail repair project on Highway 100, between Crosstown Highway 62 and Interstate 494, starts Monday, July 20.
The project comes as MnDOT already has Highway 100 down to two lanes in each direction between Highway 7 and Interstate 394 while it replaces bridges and widens the highway. The $60 million project will run through November 2016.
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Impacts for motorists traveling through Edina
Highway 100 between south of West 70th Street to north of Highway 62 reduced to two lanes in each direction through late August
Eastbound W 66th Street over Highway 100 will close sometime between July 20 and late August for up to 10 days. Detour: Normandale Road (west frontage road), eastbound 70th St and northbound Normandale Road (east frontage road)
West 70th Street at Highway 100 will have a short-term, off-peak closure sometime between July 20 and late August for up to 30 days. There won't be any detours; traffic will be controlled by periodic lane closures
Highway 62 under Highway 100 will have short-term, off-peak lane closures for up to 60 days
Benton Avenue over Highway 100 will close for two consecutive days
Westbound detour: Normandale Road (east frontage road) turns into Wilson Road, westbound Eden Avenue, and southbound Normandale Road
Eastbound detour: Normandale Road (west frontage road), eastbound Eden Avenue, southbound Wilson Road that turns into Normandale Road (east frontage road)