Did you know that Minnesota has the fifth-largest road network in the country? We have more than 12,000 miles of state highway. This morning MnDOT released its 10-Year Capital Highway Investment Plan. The 2019-2028 report includes over 760 pavement projects and around 380 bridge projects throughout the state.

The projects listed for the years 2019-2022 are committed projects. Those listed in 2021-2018 are in the plans but not confirmed.

Here's a look at a few of the projects planned for and hoped for in the next ten years:

Paving Highway 30 from 83 to New Richland and bridge replacement in 2020.

Replacing the bridges on 218 which cross over I-90 outside Austin in 2021.

Repaving 251 down by Clarks Grove from i-35 to 218 in 2023.

Paving 218 from Highway 30 to 14 in 2023.

Repaving 13 from Waseca to Waterville in 2016.

And repaving 30 from 218 to 56 near Hayfield.

You can check out the full list at this MnDOT web site.