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Spring weight restrictions to end in Crow Wing County

Cooperation and compliance with the legal posted limits are needed to minimize unnecessary damage to Crow Wing County roads.

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Contributed / Metro Newspaper Service
Contributed / Metro Newspaper Service

BRAINERD — Spring weight restrictions for the central frost zone — south of Highway 210 and Highway 18 in Crow Wing County— end at 12:01 a.m. May 13.

The restrictions also end in the north-central frost zone, north of Highway 210 and Highway 18 in the county, at 12:01 a.m. May 16.

Restrictions will remain on all county gravel roads until the soil conditions improve.

An interactive map of county spring load restrictions may be viewed at bit.ly/37Xuobn . A printable map may be viewed at bit.ly/3LCFuBl .

Information regarding restrictions in the county is available at the Crow Wing County Highway Department office or online at bit.ly/3KDVku6 .

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Cooperation and compliance with the legal posted limits are needed to minimize unnecessary damage to the roads.

For more information regarding statewide seasonal load limit restrictions, check the Minnesota Department of Transportation website at bit.ly/3kyCda5 .

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