Hennepin County road maintenance crews will begin work Tuesday morning, May 17, to improve pedestrian curb ramps on Flying Cloud Drive (County Road 61) between College View Drive and Anderson Lakes Parkway in Eden Prairie.
According to the county, the new ramps are part of its efforts to upgrade ramps along county roads to Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
The county anticipates work to take three to five days to complete, weather permitting.
People should expect driveway and side street access impacts where crews are working. Adjacent city street entrances will remain open.
People biking or walking on Flying Cloud Drive can expect sidewalk and trail restrictions. One side of the sidewalk or trail will be open at all locations.
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