A seven mile stretch of Interstate 94 just south of St. Cloud may soon be the nemesis of motorists in a hurry. The resurfacing project that started Monday will stretch into next July. What's more, transportation officials warn that during the busiest times of the week traffic backups could reach as far as twenty miles. The road is overdue for refurbishing. It hasn't been repaved since it was first poured in 1974.
Twin Cities parking returning to normal as winter restrictions end
This means you'll be able to park on the even side of your street again.