Minnesota Department of Transportation

511 Travel Info

Hwy 65/Hwy 107—near Braham

Isanti County

Project complete

New ‘continuous green’ intersection opens

Project  map
New intersection open. Click on map for PDF

MnDOT has installed a new cost effective 'T' intersection design with 'Continuous Green' traffic signal system at the junction of Hwy 65 and Hwy 107 near Braham. The signal system became operational on July 3, 2019.

Improves traffic flow, safety

The new intersection will improve traffic flow, access and safety. The intersection features extended turn lanes, wider shoulders and concrete raised medians for lane separation, and a 'Continuous Green' through-lane on southbound Highway 65. The intersection will also improve safety for motorists who make left-hand turns at the intersection.

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Pictures

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Picture of completed intersection
New intersection, looking south on SB Hwy 65.
Picture of completed intersection
New intersection, looking south on SB Hwy 65.

 

 

How the intersection works

Video

Drone view of the Continuous Green-T Intersection built at the intersection of St. Louis County Rd 4/Rice Lake Rd and Airport Rd in Duluth. Courtesy of Saint Louis County Learn more information

 


Contact

MnDOT

Tim Paul
Construction project manager
timothy.g.paul@state.mn.us
320-223-6546

MnDOT installed its first continuous T intersection at Hwy 25/Hwy 12 south of Buffalo in 2015.
MnDOT installed its first continuous green T intersection at Hwy 25/Hwy 12 south of Buffalo in 2015.

Information subject to change.