Because of numerous bridge strikes, the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) has determined that the I-90 Exit 387 (Hartford) interchange will need to have a new overpass structure in the near future. The SDDOT in conjunction with the City of Hartford, Minnehaha County, the Sioux Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has concluded that a study is needed to determine what size of structure will be needed to handle current and future traffic levels.
At present, the SDDOT intends to let for construction a project to reconstruct the Exit 387 interchange and portions of the Minnehaha County 151 / Western Avenue crossroad. The exact limits of construction will be determined as part of the study. This construction project is currently planned for Federal fiscal year 2025, for which this study will help bring to fruition.
Study expectations and objectives, identified in the study Request for Proposal (RFP), include:
The I-90 Exit 387 (Hartford) Interchange Study area includes (corridors highlighted in red in Figure 1):
Study intersections within the study area are as follows:
Join us at the public meeting for a presentation which will be held at the
Hartford Area Fire & Rescue Station (305 South Street, Hartford, SD 57033).
Open House 6:00pm - 7:30pm | Presentation 6:10pm