Hwy 41 resurfacing in Chaska and Chanhassen starts July 10
ROSEVILLE, Minn. – Crews will begin resurfacing Hwy 41 through Chaska and Chanhassen at 7 a.m. Monday, July 10, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
Watch for short-term temporary closures of Hwy 41, with traffic controlled by flagging, between Hwy 5 and Pioneer Trail.
Then, beginning Monday, July 24, Hwy 41 will be closed for up to 20 days from just south of 82nd Street to just north of Lyman Boulevard for culvert replacement. During this time, drivers will be detoured along roads including Hwy 5, Lyman Boulevard, Galpin Boulevard, Norex Drive and 82nd Street.
Crews are resurfacing Hwy 41 between Pioneer Trail and Hwy 5, replacing the traffic signal at 82nd Street and making additional improvements along Hwy 41. Once complete, travelers will have a smoother ride and improved safety and accessibility.
For more information or to sign up for email updates, visit Hwy 41 project website.
Information about an adjacent roundabout project, which began June 26 and resulted in a complete closure of Hwy 41 from Hazeltine Boulevard to just north of Peavey Road, can be found at Peavey Roundabout website.
All construction activities and traffic impacts are weather dependent and subject to change.