Valley Creek Road-Radio Drive Intersection Expected to Reopen Soon

The city of Woodbury sent out an update about the project Friday morning.

The intersection of Valley Creek Road and Radio Drive in Woodbury is expected to reopen at the end of the day Saturday, Aug. 4.

The city, through its inTouch system, sent out an update about the Valley Creek Road construction project, which stretches from Bielenberg Drive to Woodbury Drive.

Crews started at the intersection of Valley Creek Road and Radio Drive, the busiest intersection in Washington County, earlier this week.

The concrete paving at the intersection is set to be placed today, Friday, Aug. 3, according to the notice. The intersection would reopen by the end of the day Saturday, weather permitting.

After the intersection reopens, the traffic signal will remain off and the intersection will be controlled with a four-way stop.

Traffic will initially be placed on the eastbound lanes of Valley Creek Road (between Bielenberg Drive and Interlachen Parkway) to allow for construction of the westbound lanes first.

In addition, with the westbound lanes closed, the roadway will be reduced to one lane in each direction. Please continue to use alternate routes to avoid delays, if possible.

For more information, visit the county's webpage about the project.


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Kris Janisch August 03, 2012 at 03:57 PM
Who is the best U-turner in Woodbury?
Vicki Strong August 03, 2012 at 04:17 PM
Ugh, we live just off of Valley Creek and Radio and I am finding new ways to get home every day. I have a neighbor who says her car's navigation system told her to "make an illegal U-turn at the next corner." Can you use that as an excuse when one of our dedicated men or women in blue stop you?
Kris Janisch August 03, 2012 at 04:32 PM
Ha! Maybe the system has an automated voice that pleads your case with police? Somebody actually said the same thing on our Facebook page earlier this week.


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