Carver County, in collaboration with MnDOT, Chaska, Victoria, Waconia, and Laketown Township, is working to identify transportation system improvements on Highway 10 from Highway 43 in western Laketown Township to Highway 61 in the City of Chaska. Highway 10 is an important roadway in Carver County providing connections to multiple communities and accommodating vehicle, pedestrian, bicycle, transit, and freight traffic alike.
The goal of the study is to identify long-term corridor improvements to support local and regional transportation needs.
- Define transportation system issues and potential opportunities both today and into the future
- Develop and evaluate potential infrastructure improvement alternatives
- Establish infrastructure improvement recommendations
- Develop a long-term implementation plan that can be phased in over time
The project will have multiple opportunities for the public to provide input. Sign up for project updates to receive notifications.
Join us for a Public Open House on Thursday, December 19th from 5-7 pm at the Chaska Community Center - Community Room. Attend to review and provide input on the range of proposed concepts.
Comments for the existing conditions phase of the project were collected with INPUTiD, a web-based tool that allows site-specific comments to be submitted during different project phases. Comments are no longer being collected for the existing conditions phase, but you can review the INPUTiD tool and a summary of comments.
You may contact Angie Stenson, Project Manager, with input for the study at any time.
The study kicked off in late September 2018 and is scheduled to conclude in March 2020. The next open houses are anticipated in November/December 2019 and January/February 2020 to gather input from the community.