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Hwy. 64 project near Akeley begins Aug. 9

The detour route includes State Hwy. 34 and Hubbard County Road 25.

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Image of a bright orange road work ahead sign against a blue sky with light clouds

Beginning Aug. 9, motorists on State Hwy. 64 north of Akeley will experience a detour as crews install a larger box culvert at Eleventh Crow Wing Lake.

The detour route includes State Hwy. 34 and Hubbard County Road 25.

According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, the $1.3 million dollar project will create a safer, longer lasting road surface and improved drainage. It is estimated to be complete by late September, weather permitting.

Visit the project website for more information and a detour map: www.mndot.gov/d2/projects/hwy64.

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