Hwy. 10 work will mean delays, reroutes and noise this summer
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is hoping to have the Highway 10 project done in two years instead of the initially planned three years.
It used an incentive plan with construction bidders to ensure a quicker project.
"It's a huge benefit to the public," Jeff Perkins, operations manager for Mn/DOT, said of getting the project done quicker.
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