Hwy 14 and Co. Rd. 9 — Reduced Conflict Intersection

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Join us for a virtual public meeting!

Learn more about the project and help us understand the issues and needs at the Hwy 14 and County Road 9 intersection.

Tuesday, June 28 from 6-7 p.m. Presentation starts at 6:05 p.m.

Join online at zoom.us

Meeting ID: 884 4675 2439

Passcode: 758757

People unable to attend the meeting will be able to review information afterward on this project website and provide comments.

MnDOT invites and encourages participation by all. If you need an ASL, foreign language interpreter, or other reasonable accommodation, or need documents in an alternative format (such as braille or large print), please email your request to Janet Miller at ADArequest.dot@state.mn.us or call 651-366-4720.


About the project

We are planning construction on Hwy 14 from east of Hwy 56 in Dodge Center to west of County Road 5 / Second Avenue in Byron. The project will improve safety and mobility by:

  • Constructing a reduced conflict intersection (RCI) at Hwy 14 and County Road 9
  • Evaluating right-in/right-out access at Hwy 14 and 260th Avenue
  • Installing a high-tension cable median barrier between Dodge Center and Kasson
  • Resurfacing pavement between Kasson and Byron

We'll complete the concept design in late 2022 and the final design in 2023. We'll begin construction in 2024.


Hwy 14 and Co. Rd. 9 intersection

The Hwy 14 and County Road 9 intersection has a high risk for severe crashes. The multi-lane crossing and high traffic speeds contribute to the risk.Photo of the Hwy 14/Co. Rd. 9 intersectionExisting Hwy 14 & County Road 9 intersection looking north Building a reduced conflict intersection will help mitigate the risk for severe crashes. Learn more about reduced conflict intersections.

Public involvement

Public input will help us:

  • Understand issues and needs at the intersection
  • Assess improvements or alternatives that meet the needs of all highway users

What we need from you

You can participate in the transportation decision-making process:

  • Complete a survey
  • Share your experiences or issues with Hwy 14 and County Road 9 intersection
  • Attending a public meeting

Sign up to receive email project updates. Contact us if you have questions.




Join us for a virtual public meeting!

Learn more about the project and help us understand the issues and needs at the Hwy 14 and County Road 9 intersection.

Tuesday, June 28 from 6-7 p.m. Presentation starts at 6:05 p.m.

Join online at zoom.us

Meeting ID: 884 4675 2439

Passcode: 758757

People unable to attend the meeting will be able to review information afterward on this project website and provide comments.

MnDOT invites and encourages participation by all. If you need an ASL, foreign language interpreter, or other reasonable accommodation, or need documents in an alternative format (such as braille or large print), please email your request to Janet Miller at ADArequest.dot@state.mn.us or call 651-366-4720.


About the project

We are planning construction on Hwy 14 from east of Hwy 56 in Dodge Center to west of County Road 5 / Second Avenue in Byron. The project will improve safety and mobility by:

  • Constructing a reduced conflict intersection (RCI) at Hwy 14 and County Road 9
  • Evaluating right-in/right-out access at Hwy 14 and 260th Avenue
  • Installing a high-tension cable median barrier between Dodge Center and Kasson
  • Resurfacing pavement between Kasson and Byron

We'll complete the concept design in late 2022 and the final design in 2023. We'll begin construction in 2024.


Hwy 14 and Co. Rd. 9 intersection

The Hwy 14 and County Road 9 intersection has a high risk for severe crashes. The multi-lane crossing and high traffic speeds contribute to the risk.Photo of the Hwy 14/Co. Rd. 9 intersectionExisting Hwy 14 & County Road 9 intersection looking north Building a reduced conflict intersection will help mitigate the risk for severe crashes. Learn more about reduced conflict intersections.

Public involvement

Public input will help us:

  • Understand issues and needs at the intersection
  • Assess improvements or alternatives that meet the needs of all highway users

What we need from you

You can participate in the transportation decision-making process:

  • Complete a survey
  • Share your experiences or issues with Hwy 14 and County Road 9 intersection
  • Attending a public meeting

Sign up to receive email project updates. Contact us if you have questions.




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