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Overnight closures on tap this week for 94 and 35E in St. Paul

Posted by: Tim Harlow Updated: May 13, 2013 - 12:10 PM

 

 

Work on the Central Corridor Light Rail project will bring overnight lane closures near the capitol interchange in downtown St. Paul this week and next.

Starting at 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, the right lane of eastbound I-94 from Kellogg Blvd. and Minnesota Street and the right lane of northbound 35E between 5th Street and 10th Street will be closed until 6 a.m. the next day. In addition, the ramp from northbound 35E to eastbound 94 will be closed.

On Wednesday, work shifts to the left lanes of 94. The two left lanes of 94 between Marion Street and Minnesota Street will be closed. The right lane of northbound 35E between 10th Street and Minnesota Street will be closed. All lanes will be shut down from 7 p.m. Wednesday until 6 a.m. Thursday.

Also on Wednesday and Thursday nights: The two left lanes of westbound 94 from Hwy. 52 to Wabasha Street will be closed. The left lane of southbound 35E from Jackson Street to Wabasha Street will be shut down from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Here is what is closed from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. the rest of the week and into next week with this project:

Thursday: The left lane of eastbound 94 between John Ireland Blvd. and Minnesota Street, and the northbound 35E from 10th Street and Minnesota Street.

Monday May 20 and Tuesday May 21: The left lane of northbound 35E between 10th Street and Minnesota Street.

On Wednesday May 22 and Thursday May 23: The two right lanes of westbound I-94 from Hwy. 52 to Wabasha Street.

The Central Corridor Light Rail line will connect downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. The 11-mile route runs primarily along University Avenue and will have 23 stations when it begins operating in 2014.  Known as the Green Line, train service will run from Union Depot in downtown St. Paul to Target Field in Minneapolis.

For more information about the line see the Met Council's web page.

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