MnDOT looks at Hwy. 10 upgrades in Anoka, Ramsey

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  • Updated: February 22, 2014 - 3:52 PM

The Minnesota Department of Transportation and Anoka County are exploring lower-cost alternatives to a full freeway conversion of Hwy. 10 through the cities of Ramsey and Anoka. Changes are needed to address safety and traffic issues,

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ralph3446138Feb. 23, 14 5:27 PM

Why has the northern suburbs been the forgotten area of the metro? On any given day, travel the stretch of road from Northtown to Elk River. The highway reduces from three lanes to two lanes to stop signs as the traffic grinds to a halt. Millions of dollars of time and energy are wasted in inefficient roadways that local legislators have ignored for decades. It is time to bring the Anoka and Ramsey communities into the metropolitan area. No more short-term fixes! No more patchwork roadways. Build a freeway from #610 to St. Cloud. Highway #10 is a disaster. Can the people of Anoka County get something for the money they spend? Where is the representation? Where is the transportation funding? The time is now.

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billpayerFeb. 24, 14 7:04 PM

Plain and simple Hwy 10 from Hanson Blvd. through Sunfish Lake Blvd. is ridiculous......

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ultimatejbjjFeb. 25, 14 8:52 AM

Nice link Star Tribune, broken.

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skogliciousFeb. 25, 14 9:23 AM

Why not just widen Hwy 47 to reduce some congestion on 10.

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