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MnDOT to install temporary Highway 14 pedestrian bridge in Winona

ROCHESTER, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Transportation plans to install a temporary pedestrian bridge on Highway 14 in Winona at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota on Thursday, Oct. 23.

 

Traffic will not be allowed through that area of Highway 14 while crews use a crane to raise the bridge and secure it over the highway. A detour will be in place through Thursday
 
 
 
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