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Sign Replacement Work to Prompt I-94 Lane Closures

Minnesota Department of Transportation

ST. PAUL — Watch for lane closures on I-94 for the next several weeks.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation will be replacing the overhead signs along the interstate between Osakis and St. Michael. The work will prompt single lane closures until the end of the month when the project is completed.

Crews are starting on the west end of the project and will replace the signs in both the eastbound and westbound lanes as they make their way east toward St. Michael.

You are reminded to slow down and watch for workers in the roadway.

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