Hwy 52 — Pine Island to Oronoco construction

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In 2006, we completed the Hwy 52 Pine Island Subarea study. The study was a partnership with Olmsted and Goodhue Counties, and the Cities of Oronoco and Pine Island. project area map with flood study area and frontage road study area denotedView full-size mapThe 2006 study looked at access to Hwy 52 and identified land for future improvements. Some parts examined in the study did not receive funds for construction.

In 2021, we began a new study. We're working with the public, communities and others to identify transportation improvements. The information will help us and our partners develop plans for future construction. Those plans will help determine where to spend future funding. Again, not all plans from the study will receive funding or get constructed.

Funded 2027 construction

  • Pavement improvements

Unfunded construction/studies

  • Frontage road study area
  • Flood study area
  • Additional transportation issues

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Upcoming engagement

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In 2006, we completed the Hwy 52 Pine Island Subarea study. The study was a partnership with Olmsted and Goodhue Counties, and the Cities of Oronoco and Pine Island. project area map with flood study area and frontage road study area denotedView full-size mapThe 2006 study looked at access to Hwy 52 and identified land for future improvements. Some parts examined in the study did not receive funds for construction.

In 2021, we began a new study. We're working with the public, communities and others to identify transportation improvements. The information will help us and our partners develop plans for future construction. Those plans will help determine where to spend future funding. Again, not all plans from the study will receive funding or get constructed.

Funded 2027 construction

  • Pavement improvements

Unfunded construction/studies

  • Frontage road study area
  • Flood study area
  • Additional transportation issues

Get informed

Sign up for project updates

Get engaged

Ask staff a question or add your experiences traveling along and across Highway 52 to a map using the tools below.

Upcoming engagement

Look for upcoming engagement opportunities and public meeting this summer.

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Page last updated: 29 Apr 2022, 07:28 PM