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Zumbro Falls, MN (KROC-AM News)- A reconstruction project on a busy highway in southeast Minnesota is nearly finished. 

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A MnDOT news release says crews completed the Hwy. 60 Reconstruction Project between Hwy. 52 and Zumbro Falls last week. The project started in May and involved the construction of a new bridge west of Zumbro Falls, reconstruction of the highway in Zumbro Falls, the repair/replacement of eight culverts, ADA sidewalk improvements, enhanced lighting and new road signage. 

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Crews repaved 14 miles of the highway during the six-month project. The project also had two different detours that were in place for several weeks. 

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MnDOT says they’re awaiting the arrival pipe railing to finish a sidewalk area in Zumbro Falls. The material is expected to arrive by late November or early December.

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