ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

MnDOT to host virtual public meeting for upcoming project on Highway 200 between Mahnomen and Roy Lake

Construction on Highway 200 is tentatively scheduled to begin May 16. In addition to addressing existing pavement concerns, the project also includes shoulder widening, bridge construction, culvert replacement, turn lanes, and other safety and pedestrian accessibility improvements.

Road Construction.jpg
Look for road construction north of Mahnomen on Highway 59 this construction season. (File photo)
We are part of The Trust Project.

DETROIT LAKES — The Minnesota Department of Transportation will hold a virtual public meeting at 5:30 p.m Tuesday, May 10 to provide details on the 2022 construction project on Highway 200 between Mahnomen and Roy Lake.

A formal presentation by MnDOT will begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by time for questions.

Construction on Highway 200 is tentatively scheduled to begin May 16. In addition to addressing existing pavement concerns, the project also includes shoulder widening, bridge construction, culvert replacement, turn lanes, and other safety and pedestrian accessibility improvements.

To learn more about the project and for a link to the virtual meeting on May 10, visit mndot.gov/d4/projects/hwy200 . Those without internet access can call 1-855-282-6330 to join the meeting. Meeting access code is 2498 675 9284. For those unable to attend the meeting, a recording of the presentation will be posted to the MnDOT project webpage, with an opportunity to submit questions or comments online.

If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to fully participate in this event, such as an ASL or spoken language interpreter, or need documents in an alternate format, such as braille or large print, contact Janet Miller at 651-366-4720 or email ADArequest.dot@state.mn.us no later than 48 hours before the scheduled event.

Related Topics: TRAFFIC AND CONSTRUCTION
What to read next
"(The truck) had come up behind her, swerved, and then hit the back end of her truck and smashed it up ... and then her car went forward," said Payton Suedel, an eyewitness to the crash and part of the group who called 911. "It's just horrible."
Officers push vehicle onto shoulder and give the driver ride to the dentist; construction crews meet angry residents; a black bear comes a' calling, and other reports from the Detroit Lakes Police Department and Becker County Sheriff's Office
The men were killed when their motorcycles collided with a truck.
Timely medical attention could have saved Kari Petrich's life, a criminal complaint said, but Eric Jarvis allegedly spent hours cleaning up the crime scene before calling 911.