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MnDOT road updates as of 3:45 p.m. June 28

MANKATO -- The Minnesota Department of Transportation continues to closely monitor state highways in south central and the southwest corner of Minnesota due to flooding caused by recent heavy rains.

MnDOT removed the lane restriction on Minnesota 60 in Windom today, June 28, and it’s now fully open to traffic. Traffic restrictions on Minnesota 13 in Waterville were also removed today.

MnDOT is working hard to open highways that have been impacted by flooding as soon as it’s safe to do so. We appreciate the public’s patience as we work through this. There are several roads that are still under water, and it will be a slow process to reopen them after the flood waters recede. We also anticipate there may be damage to some of these highways and repairs will be necessary. Highways and bridges impacted by floods need to be inspected for damage and safety prior to opening.

Motorists should check for current information and follow posted detour routes.  

Highways CLOSED or have traffic restrictions as of 3:45 p.m. on Friday, June 28:

  • U.S. 169 from Le Sueur to Dodd Road in St. Peter. Traffic is detoured to County Roads 8 and 20, Minnesota 22 (Dodd Road) in St. Peter, to U.S. 169. (June 25)

  • Lane closures on northbound and southbound U.S. 169/Minnesota 93 near Le Sueur. Watch for water over the road on southbound U.S. 169 north of Le Sueur. (June 25).

  • Minnesota 62 in Windom. Traffic is detoured to Sixth Avenue South and Minnesota 60. (closed June 24)

  • Minnesota 22 south of St. Peter to Kasota. Traffic may use U.S. 169. (closed June 24)

  • U.S. 169/Minnesota 60 - all entrance and exit ramps to the Lookout Drive/Center Street area in North Mankato are closed (June 24)

  • Minnesota 99, near the Minnesota River bridge, east of St. Peter – bridge and highway are closed. Traffic is detoured to U.S. 169, U.S. 14, Minnesota 22, Shanaska Creek Road, and Le Sueur County 21 (Golf Course Road).

  • U.S. 71 in Jackson. Traffic is detoured to Interstate 90, Minnesota 86 and Jackson County 34. (closed June 22)

  • Minnesota 93, between U.S. 169 and Le Sueur. Motorists should use alternate routes. (closed June 22).

  • Minnesota 60 north of Heron Lake to Worthington. Traffic detoured to I-90 and Minnesota 86. (closed June 22)

  • Minnesota 19 east of Henderson. Traffic detoured to Minnesota 19 west of Henderson, Sibley County 17 (391st Avenue), Sibley County 8 (336th Street), and U.S. 169. (closed June 19)

  • Minnesota 62 near Cottonwood County 18.  Traffic is detoured to Wilder via County Roads 18, 13, 86, Maple Street, Fifth Avenue., Pine Street and Minnesota 60.

Highways OPEN:

  • Minnesota 13 in Waterville.

  • Minnesota 60 in Windom.

  • U.S. 169, Mankato to Dodd Road in St. Peter

  • Minnesota 15 north of Madelia.

  • Minnesota 62 east of Fulda (near Talcot Lake)

  • U.S. 14 near Janesville.

  • Minnesota 30 east of Mapleton.

  • Minnesota 60 east of Lake Crystal. Lane restrictions removed.

  • The detour for the entrance ramp closure at U.S. 169 to eastbound I-90 near Blue Earth has been routed back to Faribault County 16 and 17. 

  • Minnesota 22 in Mankato near Bassett Drive. Turn lane restrictions removed.

  • Minnesota 4 north of St. James. (Note that Minnesota 4 south of Sleepy Eye is closed due to construction)

  • Minnesota 30 east of Westbrook.

  • U.S. 59, north of Worthington. Lane restrictions removed from multiple locations.

  • U.S. 75 near Hardwick. Lane restrictions removed.

  • U.S. 75, south of Luverne to the Iowa border.

  • Minnesota 91, north of Adrian

  • Minnesota 86 (two miles south of I-90). Lane restriction removed.

  • Minnesota 13, south of Waseca

  • Eastbound Interstate 90 from Luverne to Adrian.

  • Westbound Interstate 90 from Worthington to Luverne

  • Minnesota 22 south of Kasota. Lane restrictions removed.

When a road is closed it is illegal to travel in that area. Motorists can be fined up to $1,000 and/or 90 days in jail. In addition, if travelers need to be rescued from a closed road, other expenses and penalties will apply.

For real-time traffic and travel information in Minnesota including road conditions, closures and detour routes, visit or get the free smartphone app at Google Play or the App Store.

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