Share your feedback: Proposed Robert St. lane changes
Starting in early June, MnDOT plans to micro-surface and restripe stretches of Robert St., with the goal of changing the number of lanes in certain areas from five and four lanes to three lanes, to improve overall safety. The proposed lane changes on Robert St. would occur just south of Plato Blvd. in St. Paul to the intersection at Cesar Chavez St.
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MnDOT is planning a significant amount of work on Robert St., starting in 2020 and occurring through 2026, including pedestrian improvements, minor repairs of the bridges over the Mississippi River and the Union Pacific railroad and repairs to the Robert St./George St. viaduct.
For more information, visit the Hwy 3/Robert St. project website at: mndot.gov/metro/projects/robertstreet.
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