The Minnesota Department of Transportation says the district's main corridors, state Highway 23, above, and U.S. Highways 212 and 71, will continue to be maintained to meet technical standards. Tribune photo by Ron Adams
MnDOT says it will be unable to meet pavement preservation needs on some roads
WILLMAR -- A growing gap between revenues and road maintenance needs has the Minnesota Department of Transportation looking for public input in identifying where to get the most bang for the buck, and warning the public that rough roads are ahead.
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