Reduced Conflict Intersections, also called RCIs or RCUTs, are the intersections that decrease fatalities and injuries caused by broadside crashes on four-line divided highways. With an RCI, drivers from the side street only need to concerned with one direction of traffic on the highway at a time. You don't need to wait for a gap in both directions to cross a major road. Four RCIs are planned along the Highway 8 Project including the lower-volume intersections of Hazel Avenue, Heath Avenue, Juno Court, and 276th Street. You can learn more about RCIs, at the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT's) website.