Road resurfacing provides a smoother, safer ride. Vehicle traffic and seasonal weather wear down the driving surface over time. Resurfacing helps extend the overall service life of the road and typically occurs when the driving surface is in disrepair and routine preventative maintenance like patching is no longer effective. Pavement resurfacing consists of applying a new top layer to the existing driving surface. Materials used vary from road to road and consider several factors, including cost, construction schedule and the volume of traffic using the newly-paved road.
The following county highways will be resurfaced in 2019:
- Highway 32 from Highway 30 to Highway 10
- Highway 92 from Highway 5 to Highway 155
- Highway 133 from Highway 20 to Wright County
- Highway 20 from McLeod County to Highway 25
Current Traffic Impacts
Highway 133 expect flaggers.
Highway 20 closure between McLeod County to Highway 25.
Signed detour will be posted.
What to Expect
A thin layer of highway pavement will be ground off to improve the pavement smoothness, and a thin layer of asphalt pavement will be placed on top. Gravel will be added to the shoulders and new pavement markings will be installed.
Highways 32, 92, 133
- Intermittent flagging operations are expected.
Highway 92, 20
- Full closure of Highway 92 where the old Highway 5 used to be located. Highway 20 detour will begin June 24 but local residents will have access. A detour will be provided while the cold in place recycling and resurfacing work is occurring. Detour routes will be signed.
Maps & Detour Routes
Visit the Construction & Closures App to view more information.
Anticipated Project Schedule
Reports & Documents
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