Highway 95 Task Force
The Highway 95 Design Task Force is an advisory committee that will assist in the identification and resolution of issues affecting the community. This group is formulating design ideas based off of the 2008 Highway 95 Corridor Study that recommended a four-lane expansion of the existing Highway 95 corridor. Members serve as a two-way communication conduit between the Task Force and organizations each member represents. This phase of the project will also include a Project Management Team (PMT) that will review technical progress, set priorities, manage the project schedule and make final recommendations to MnDOT and the City Council.
The Highway 95 Design Task Force generally meets the third Tuesday of the month at 3:30 pm at Cambridge City Hall Council Chambers located at 300 3rd Ave NE, Cambridge, Minnesota 55008.
December, 2015 - canceled
November 15, 2016 - canceled
Highway 95 Traffic Corridor Study
Congestion on Highway 95 continues to be an issue for the City of Cambridge. In 2007, a committee addressed this concern and made recommendations to the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) for improvements. We hope that MnDOT will put our recommendations into their 20 year long range transportation plan.
Please see the PDF at the bottom of this page for a copy of the official corridor study recommendations.