The of the St. Croix Crossing Project has now entered its second week.
Crews from last week to perform load-tests, which will provide bridge designers with critical information on soil conditions under the river.
“This is a very important part of the project for us as we learn exactly what is under the water and what we need to do to build the extradosed bridge,” MnDOT spokesperson Mary McFarland Brooks said.
Load testing is expected to last throughout the summer.
Tomorrow is the last scheduled open house date to learn more about the project, as staff from both states will answer questions and share the project schedule.
The open house will take place from 4:30-6:30 p.m., at the Bayport Library.
MnDOT will also be hosting a meeting in Stillwater on June 21 to discuss the . That meeting will be held from 4-7 p.m. at .
You can follow MnDOT communications about the project on the St. Croix Crossing website by clicking here, or “like the St. Croix Crossing Facebook page.