Elk River Highway 10 Corridor Study Website

Highway 10 Corridor Study Open House

The City of Elk River will be hosting an open house to present the final Highway 10 Corridor Study. The final study has incorporated input and feedback received from the September 2022 open house. 

The final study aimed to determine future improvement and safety along the Highway 10 corridor between 101/169 and the eastern city limits.

Location:

Elk River City Hall,
13065 Orono Pkwy,
Elk River, MN 55330

Date and Time:

Monday, February 6,
3:00 – 6:00 p.m. 

A Draft of the Study Report is available for review and comment:

The Elk River Highway 10 Corridor Study has prepared a Study Report and short video presentation to share the long-term 20+ year vision for the corridor.

Click here to view the narrated video presentation. Please visit the Public Engagement Tab to review the draft of the Study report and Executive Summary and to share your comments or questions.

Thank you for staying involved!

What is the Highway 10 Corridor Study?

Highway 10 is an important transportation route connecting economic centers and regions throughout Minnesota. Growth and economic development along this corridor continue to add significant volumes to this busy four-lane expressway.

Increased volumes lead to fewer gaps in traffic flow resulting in safety and connectivity issues. There have been 200 crashes in the most recent five years within the corridor study area.

The primary goal of the Highway 10 Corridor Study is to create a future vision for the corridor that improves safety, manages access, improves freight movement, manages congestion into the future, and aligns with the City’s development goals.

A key focus in accomplishing this goal statement is determining access management options for key intersections along the corridor. 

The project area includes US10 from US 169 to Jarvis St.

Project Partners

 

City of Elk River
Minnesota Department of Transportation
Sherburne County
Anoka County
City of Ramsey

 

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