Ramsey Gateway Project
Welcome to the project website for the Ramsey Gateway Highway 10 Project. This website provides an overview of the project, houses the public meeting summaries, and will contain updates as the project evolves. Detailed information that is shared at the public meetings, such as design alternates, videos, or interactive maps, are housed on the virtual open house webpage
See the current project layout here.
Benefitted Receptor Noise Barrier Meeting
Per federal requirements, a noise barrier analysis was completed, and a noise barrier meeting was held for benefitting receptors on October 14. The purpose of this meeting was to present the proposed barrier locations and explain the noise wall approval voting process. If you were unable to attend, you can review the presentation in both English and Spanish. Learn more about Noise Barrier Engagement on the Stakeholder Involvement page.
Anoka County, MnDOT, and the City of Ramsey developed a locally supported vision of the Highway 10 corridor through Ramsey as part of the Ramsey Gateway Highway 10 Study. The Ramsey Gateway Highway 10 Project continues that vision with design of two grade-separated interchanges at Ramsey Boulevard and Sunfish Lake Boulevard that will replace existing signalized intersections. Grade separation of the BNSF Railway and a new frontage road between Ramsey Boulevard and Sunfish Lake Boulevard are also part of this design project.
Project goals include:
- Safely accommodating all users including motor vehicles, freight, rail, transit, pedestrians, and bicyclists
- Providing efficient mobility and access for all modes of travel
- Developing a financially responsible design that minimizes right-of-way and environmental resource impacts
- Securing additional funding for full project construction
We are currently in the second phase of the project, which is preliminary design. For an overview of the project development process, see the graphic below.
Key milestones of the project are shown in the schedule below:
- Public Open Houses – Winter 2021, Spring 2021, Winter 2022, Winter 2023
- Preliminary Design – June 2020 to August 2021
- Final Design – September 2021 to Jan 2023
- Right of Way Acquisition Process – January 2021 to January 2023
- Construction begins - 2023
Documents & Previous Studies
If you have questions or comments about the project, please contact:
Nicholas Dobda, Design Engineering Supervisor
Jason Orcutt, Program Delivery Manager