MnDOT and County Projects
The following projects are led by the Minnesota Department of Transportation or Ramsey County.
I-35W MnPASS -- Construct MnPASS Express Lanes (one lane in each direction) in the middle of existing I-35W between County Road C in Roseville and Lexington Avenue in Blaine.
Snelling Avenue/Hamline Avenue Intersection Closure -- If you were unable to attend the online meeting on May 19, the PowerPoint presentation is available. A video recording of the meeting and all future communication regarding this project will be made available on the Snelling Ave. Roseville to Arden Hills project website by May 26; questions and comments can be submitted until May 31. Feedback from the meeting will help inform MnDOT’s decision regarding temporary or permanent closure of the left turn movement from Highway 51 (Snelling Avenue). For more information, feedback or questions, contact Fay Simer at email@example.com or 651-234-7722.
Highway 51 Resurfacing -- MnDOT is in the early phases of planning a project to repave Snelling Avenue (Highway 51) between Highway 36 and Bethel Drive/Grey Fox Road. The project is tentatively identified for construction during the 2024 construction season, but the schedule is subject to change. Additional improvements may be made in conjunction with the repaving, such as upgrading ADA accessibility or adding other features to enhance walkability. For more information, contact MnDOT representatives Curt Kobilarcsik (651-234.7678) or Fay Simer (651-234-7722).
Lexington Avenue Reconstruction -- Lexington Avenue will be reconstructed from County Road E to I-694 beginning in 2021.
Ramsey County Parks & Recreation has phased improvements planned for a future trailhead development located within the central portion of the Rice Creek North Regional Trail Corridor south of County Road I. The initial phase of construction began in October 2019 and includes the addition of an access road from the intersection of County Road I and Fairview to the entrance of the Arden Hills Army Training Site (AHATS), along with fencing modifications, storm water management, landscaping and signage. Future roadway, trail and utility improvements are planned in the upcoming years to gain access to a future trailhead site within the park corridor.
View more information regarding Phase 1 improvements