Construction Work Impacts Gortner, Cleveland, Rollins Avenues
Friday, May 20, 2022 - 14:17
Upcoming traffic impacts and road closures that have been communicated to PTS are below.  As these are construction impacts, they are subject to change and weather dependent.
  • St. Paul:  Starting Monday, May 23 and continuing into mid-June, Gortner Avenue will be closed between Buford Avenue and Buford Place roadways for MCPF project utility work.
  • St. Paul:  The existing Buford Place roadway closure between Gortner Avenue and Field Road will continue into November 2022 for MCPF project utility work.
  • St. Paul:  Cleveland Avenue will be closed between Como and Buford Avenues from June into Fall 2022.  A signed detour will be in place using Larpenteur Avenue, Highway 280 and Energy Park Drive.  The Cleveland Avenue and Buford Avenue intersection will remain open.  For additional information, see the project webpage.
  • Minneapolis: Wednesday, May 25, Rollins Avenue will be closed westbound (heading towards 15th Avenue SE) between 17th and 15th Avenues SE.  The detour will be via Highway 280 and Como Avenue SE.  The street will be open eastbound (heading towards Child Development Laboratory School and Elm Street SE).  Emergency vehicles will still be able to get through.
For a map of these roadway impacts and for additional road construction and traffic impacts, view the PTS Construction Impacts Map.
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