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The Vierling-Marschall intersection has “consistently recorded the most crashes of any intersection in Shakopee,” officials say.

Changes include a second left-turn lane from northbound Marschall to westbound Vierling; a second left-turn lane from the 169 southbound exit ramp to southbound Marschall; a traffic signal at Tasha Boulevard; and upgrades to trails and sidewalks.

It also includes pavement resurfacing on Vierling from Sage Lane to Miller Street and on Marschall from St. Francis Avenue to 10th Avenue

Work will be staged to maintain at least one travel lane in each direction during construction. It should wrap up by October.

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In related news, the mini-roundabout at Spencer Street and Vierling should be done before work on the Marschall and Vierling intersection begins.

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