October 4, 2021
A message from the Minnesota Department of Transportation
Travelers who drive, ride, walk or do business on Highway 25 from Buffalo to Monticello are invited to complete an online survey that shows potential solutions for this corridor. The survey, which is part of an ongoing transport study in 2021 in this region, is available online until Friday, October 22, 2021 at https://bit.ly/3FaVPdC.
Last winter, MnDOT, Wright County, and the cities of Buffalo and Monticello, launched a study to identify access and safety improvements on Hwy 25 from Catlin Street in Buffalo to Kjellberg Court in the south of Monticello. A survey was conducted to get initial feedback on the needs of the highway, where we heard from over 1,100 participants.
This new investigation provides an opportunity to vote and comment on potential solutions for Highway 25. Participation will help provide input for the Corridor Study, which will collect and study safety data and road conditions, recommend alternative solutions and will publish a corridor study report in the fall of 2021. In 2026, the study will coordinate with a project where MnDOT will improve Highway 25.
To learn more about the Highway 25 Buffalo in Monticello project or complete the survey, visit www.mndot.gov/d3/projects/hwy25, or contact MnDOT Project Manager, Zach Whitley, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (320) 293-9411. Comments regarding the study can also be sent by SMS to (763) 312-6024.
MnDOT invites and encourages the participation of all. If you need an ASL, a foreign language interpreter or other reasonable accommodation to complete the survey, or if you need an alternative format, please send your request by email to ADArequest.email@example.com or call (651) 366-4720.