MnDOT Re-Opens Highway 210, Travel Advisories Lifted In West Central Minnesota

MnDOT Re-Opens Highway 210, Travel Advisories Lifted In West Central Minnesota Click to Enlarge

The Minnesota Department of Transportation and the Minnesota State Patrol reopened Highway 210 from Highway 9 near Breckenridge to Interstate 94 near Fergus Falls. MnDOT has also lifted the no travel advisories on Highway 9 from Highway 210 to Barnesville, and Highway 75 from Moorhead to the Clay/Norman County Line near Perley. These highways remain partially to completely covered.

Although driving conditions have improved, motorists should still use caution when traveling. Strong winds and temperatures below freezing may cause slippery conditions and icy patches.

MnDOT snowplow operators are doing their part to make highways safe and motorists should remember to:

Check MnDOT’s road conditions map at www.511mn.org or call 511.

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