Major Construction Project In Little Falls Begins Monday, April 29th
Motorists who travel Highway 27 in Little Falls will encounter delays while the Highway 27 bridge spanning the Mississippi River is closed for approximately two weeks beginning Monday, April 29.
This closure marks the beginning of a summer-long construction project to improve Highway 27 and other infrastructure through downtown Little Falls in 2019. All businesses in downtown Little Falls will remain open and accessible throughout the project, although routes will occasionally change.
Motorists should plan for the following beginning Monday, April 29:
- Highway 27 will close between Front Street and Lindbergh Drive.
- The Highway 27/Front Street intersection, and Highway 27/Lindbergh Drive intersection, will close.
- Motorists should follow the signed detour along County Road 214 and Highway 10, or plan their own alternate routes.
- Commercial trucks must use the detour listed above through October 2019.
- Pedestrians will be able to cross the Highway 27 bridge spanning the Mississippi River using temporary walkways.
- All lanes of Highway 27 between Front Street and Lindbergh Drive, including the Highway 27 bridge spanning the Mississippi River, will open in mid-May.
When complete, the project will reconstruct or resurface two miles of Highway 27 between 15th Street SW and Ninth Street, install new underground utilities, curb, gutter and sidewalk, improve signals, add new bike lanes through downtown Little Falls and improve short segments of local roads.
To learn more about the construction project, visit https://lptv.org/highway-27-in-little-falls-set-to-undergo-massive-construction-project/.
To sign up to have email updates with advanced notice of traffic changes and other important project information sent directly to your inbox, or to get more project information and maps, visit the project website at mndot.gov/d3/littlefalls/. For updates on Twitter, follow @MnDOTCentral.