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I-94 Construction 2024

Construction on I-94 between Hwy 120/Century Ave. and the St. Croix River is projected to end late fall of 2024.

Starting at 5 a.m., April 15, westbound I-94 will be reduced to two lanes between Woodbury Dr. and Hwy 120/Century Ave through mid-July. Additionally, 9 p.m. on April 10 marks the closure of the 10th St. N. ramp exit heading northbound on I-694. this ramp will be closed through October. There will be additional lane and ramp closures throughout April, with detours provided as needed.

Learn more about the spring-fall project timeline and projected traffic impacts here.

Ramp Closure: Starting May 3, the westbound I-94 ramp from STH 35 in the city of Hudson will be closed. This is the ramp from downtown Hudson to westbound I-94. The closure is expected to last approximately 60 days.

Visit the MnDOT’s 511 website for more details including closure and detour information:
If you have any questions about this project, please contact MnDOT at: 651-296-3000
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I-94 continues to be reduced to two lanes in both directions between Hwy 95/St. Croix Trail and the River Bridge. One of the through lanes is using the interstate while the other lane is using the Hwy 95/St. Croix Trail exit and entrance ramps. Use the ramps as your right lane to continue on I-94 as pictured in the graphic.

Summary of I-94 Project Work:
  • Resurface pavement and ramps
  • Construct new eastbound lane from I-494 to Woodbury Dr.
  • Resurface frontage road (Hudson Rd.) in the project area
  • Upgrade pedestrian/bicycle accessibility
  • Repair drainage
  • Replace signage
  • Upgrade lighting
  • Install median barrier

The I-94 project improves safety, updates drainage, and extends pavement life. Additionally, once completed, the project will reduce congestion and improve traffic flow.

Please check the project webpage for updates (where people can sign up for project email updates) as well as MnDOT's Twitter account.


Images courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation

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