Minnesota Department of Transportation

511 Travel Info

I-35W North MnPASS

Roseville, Lino Lakes

Traffic impacts

Map of I-35W North MnPASS project area between Roseville and Lino Lakes
I-35W North MnPASS project location map.
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Note: During construction, most SB I-35W ramps close for several weeks at a time. No two consecutive ramps will be closed at the same time. I-35W ramps to/from I-694 and at the northern Hwy 10 interchange will remain open. All traffic impacts are tentative and weather dependent.

Current

Road closures

July 1 through November

Lane closures

Spring/summer through November
  • I-35W in both directions is reduced to three lanes between the northern Hwy 10 interchange and Mounds View Blvd.
  • I-35W in both directions is reduced to two lanes between Co. Rd. C and Mounds View Blvd. (Co. Rd. 10)
  • I-35W will have periodic lane closures in both directions between Hwy 36 in Roseville and Sunset Ave. in Lino Lakes. The closures may occur from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Ramp closures

Thu, Oct. 17 through mid-November
Tue, Oct. 15 through mid-November
Fri, Oct. 4 through early November
Thu, Oct. 3 through early November
June through Tue, Oct. 22

Local road restrictions

April through November 2021
  • The left-turn lane from SB Snelling Ave. (Hwy 51) to Hamline Ave. in Arden Hills is closed

Upcoming

Information about upcoming traffic impacts will be posted as details become available.

Ramp closures

Wed, Oct. 23 through mid-November

About this Project

Summary of work

  • Construct MnPASS Express Lanes (one lane in each direction) in the middle of existing I-35W between Co. Rd. C in Roseville and Lexington Ave. in Blaine
  • Repave I-35W and ramps between Co. Rd. C in Roseville to just north of Sunset Ave. in Blaine/Lino Lakes
  • Repair or replace bridges along the project area
  • Install seven noise walls
  • Optimize and reuse existing roads and bridges

Project schedule and staging

The I-35W North MnPASS project will be done in stages. Learn more about the stages and anticipated schedule.

Night Work

Some work will need to occur at night, especially if temporary additional lane closures are needed. Crews will try to minimize night work and noise, but please expect to hear overnight activity periodically. If night work needs to occur on local streets or an activity is expected to be particularly noisy, updates will be posted and sent out by email. Sign up for email updates.

Local traffic mitigation

MnDOT has installed temporary traffic control on local roads to manage local road impacts due to construction.

Completed