Approximately five miles of Dakota County Road 9 (Dodd Boulevard) and Scott County Road 2 (Deuce Road/Dodd Boulevard) will be reconstructed. This project is the reconstruction between Scott County Road 46 in New Market Township and Dakota County Road 70 in Lakeville. In addition, a roundabout will be constructed at the Scott County 2/County Road 46 intersection in New Market Township.
Work in 2014 will include construction of the roundabout at the Scott County Road 2/County Road 46 intersection, box culvert replacement on Dakota County Road 9 approximately 500 feet north of 240th Street, and private utility relocation (gas, telephone, electric, etc.) and tree removal as necessary will occur throughout the project.
The 2015 construction season will include the reconstruction of Dakota County Road 9 and Scott County Road 2 east of the new roundabout. The reconstructed roadway will be a little wider than the existing roadway, but it will still be a two-lane road. Turn lanes or bypass lanes will be added at intersections and the shoulders will be paved.
Project Timeline: Sept. 2, 2014 – November 2015
Get email updates
To receive email updates for this project, email Erin Borchert at email@example.com. Please include “CP 09-46 Updates” in the subject line.
Scott County Road 2/County Road 46
The intersection at Scott County Road 2 and County Road 46 is scheduled to close to traffic on Tuesday, Sept. 2 to construct the roundabout. County Road 2 will be closed from approximately 500 feet west of County Road 46 to approximately 500 feet east of County Road 46.
In addition, County Road 46 will be closed from approximately 1,000 feet south of County Road 2 to approximately 1,000 feet north of County Road 2. These closures will remain in place until late October 2014. Traffic will be detoured using Scott County Roads 86, 91, and 62. Access to Dodd Boulevard from Scott County Road 46 will remain open south of the County Road 2/County Road 46 intersection.
Schedule for Sept. 2–6
Scott County Road 2/County Road 46 intersection
- Remove the existing pavement.
- Remove some of the signs.
- Begin grading.
- Private utility relocation.
Schedules are subject to change due to weather and other unforeseen circumstances.
Any questions or comments concerning this or any highway projects, email Dakota County Transportation Department or phone 952-891-7900.
County Road 9 Newsletter (Aug. 27, 2014)