More changes for Highway 210/6 Crosby-Ironton project
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (6/14/21)
(Crosby, MN) — More changes are coming as work continues with the Highway 210 Crosby-Ironton Project and initial work between Deerwood and Aitkin set to begin this week.
Highway 210/Main Street in Crosby will be open to all travelers on the new roadway and sidewalk east of the 210/Highway 6 intersection through the east limits of Crosby. 210/Third Avenue will close between First sTreet North and Second Street South through late June.
Detours will also include Local Highway 210 traffic will be sent downtown on Cross Avenue South and Second Street Southwest, along Crosby Memorial Park at Serpent Lake. Highway 6 north or south access will be closed; Crosby/Deerwood travelers to follow detour signs along Crow Wing County Road 31 through Cuyuna, and County Road 31 back to Highway 6 north of Crosby. Brainerd/Ironton travelers should use Crow Wing County Road 30/Irene Avenue in Ironton to Highway 6 north of Crosby. Highway 6 will be open to local traffic between County Road 31 and Crosby, including the Croft Mine and Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area.
Those travelling on Highway 210 between Deerwood and Aitkin on Monday, June 21st, should plan for delays as crews begin to test concrete road sections for the upcoming July 6 through October roadwork project. More information on the Highway 210 Crosby-Ironton and the Deerwood to Aitkin projects can be found with this story.