The City of Bloomington is telling drivers to expect delays Wednesday, especially during busy commuting hours, as utility crews work to fix a broken water main.

A pipe sprung a leak at the intersection of Old Cedar Avenue and Old Shakopee Road. That's just west of the busy interchange of Old Shakopee Road and Hwy. 77/Cedar Avenue.


Traffic on Old Shakopee Road will be down to one lane each direction, and southbound traffic on Old Cedar Avenue will be restricted to right or left turn only.


The traffic restrictions will remain in place overnight while crews complete pavement restoration, the city said in its announcement.

During the repair, about four commercial properties will be without water. No residential properties are affected, the city said in a tweet.

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