MnDOT Is Seeking Public Input On Two Bridge Replacement Projects Near Chatfield
Chatfield, MN (KROC-AM News) - The Minnesota Department of Transportation is inviting the public to share their feedback about a project replacing two bridges near Chatfield on Highway 30.
According to a news release from MnDOT, the public can submit their feedback through an online survey, that is open through Friday, July 30th. The input will be used by MnDOT to better understand how the highway is used and what is important to the public.
The project includes replacing two bridges on Highway 30, one at Mill Creek in Chatfield and the other at North Branch Root River west of County Road 7 near Cummingsville.
Construction on the estimated $5.5 million project is scheduled to begin in 2023. You can stay up to date on the bridge replacement project on MnDOT's project website, or by signing up for email or text updates from MnDOT.
The Planned Detour For Bridget Replacement Project
A detour will be in effect during construction. The planned detour route is Olmsted County Road 1 to Olmsted County Road 2 to Highway 52 in Chatfield. Residents on west of side of Mill Creek will be able to access Chatfield via Division Street NW.
News Update: There is a massive Highway 52 project starting this week in Minnesota and could affect you if you are traveling up north for your next family vacation or fishing trip. You can get the latest information on that project here.
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