Motorists will experience a new, safer ‘continuous green’ T intersection and signal system in operation, as they approach the Highway 65/Highway 107 intersection near Braham in Isanti County, Wednesday, July 3.
The new $2.3 million intersection is a cost effective design the will improve traffic flow and safety. With the combination of a signal system, raised concrete medians and turn lanes, it will maintain continuous flow-through traffic on southbound Highway 65, while also improving safety for motorists who make left-hand turns at the intersection.
Continuous green T intersections have been successfully installed at Highway 12/25 near Montrose, and at St. Louis County Road 4/Rice Lake Road and Airport Road in Duluth. To watch a video on how to navigate a continuous green T intersection, visit www.mndot.gov/d3/projects/braham/.
For real-time travel information and road conditions anywhere in Minnesota, visit www.511mn.org.