MnDot Proposes Replacing Part Of I-94 With Boulevard

As officials weigh the future of Interstate 94 through the Twin Cities, some are pushing to replace it altogether.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation’s Rethinking I-94 project spans the portion of the interstate between Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis and Marion Street in St. Paul.

The project ultimately aims to remedy some of the damages caused to neighborhoods in the Twin Cities with the construction of the interstate, particularly in diverse and working class areas, according to MnDOT.

The construction of I-94 in the 1950s and 1960s ran through these neighborhoods and required the demolition of homes, schools and businesses.


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