Hwy 210, Hwy 6 intersection closes in Crosby June 14
BAXTER, Minn. – Those who travel through the Crosby - Ironton roadwork project will see some changes on Monday, June 14 as Highway 210/Third Avenue closes between First Street North and Second Street South in Crosby, which includes the all-way stop at the intersection of Highway 210 and Highway 6, in Crosby.
Here’s what will occur:
- Highway 210/Main Street (Highway 6) will be open to all travelers on the new roadway and sidewalk east of the 210/Highway 6 intersection through the east limits of Crosby.
- Highway 210/Third Avenue will close between First Street North and Second Street South through late June.
- Local Highway 210 traffic will detour downtown on Cross Avenue South and Second Street Southwest, along Crosby Memorial Park at Serpent Lake. Turn radiuses will be tight for long vehicles, use truck detour.
- Highway 6 north or south access will be closed. Crosby/Deerwood travelers to follow detour signs along Crow Wing County Road 31, through Cuyuna, and County Road 31 back to Highway 6 north of Crosby. Brainerd/Ironton travelers to use Crow Wing County Road 30/Irene Avenue in Ironton to Highway 6 north of Crosby.
- Highway 6 will be open to local traffic between Crow Wing County Road 31 and Crosby, including the Croft Mine and Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area.
- Highway 210 truck detour uses Crow Wing County Road 12, also known as the Deerwood Shortcut, from Riverton to Deerwood.
- Pedestrians sidewalk closures with signed detours in west Crosby and Ironton.
- Parking closed in areas along Highway 210.
Crosby and Ironton open to all those who live, work or visit, along Highway 210, however expect changes.
For more information visit the Highway 210 Crosby-Ironton project at www.mndot.gov/d3/crosby-ironton, or contact MnDOT Construction Project Manager Kirk Allen, at 218-828-5739 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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