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Comments sought on Cloquet transportation study

The goal of the transportation plan is to analyze pedestrian and bicycle safety along Highway 33 in Cloquet and to develop a long range plan for potential improvements.

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DULUTH — The Arrowhead Regional Development Commission and the Minnesota Department of Transportation are studying the Minnesota Highway 33 corridor through Cloquet to create a transportation plan for the area and are seeking public input, according to a news release.

The goal of the transportation plan is to analyze pedestrian and bicycle safety along Highway 33 in Cloquet and to develop a long range plan for potential improvements, the news release said. Improvements could include pedestrian, bicycle and aesthetic enhancements.

Community members can weigh in through a virtual open house through Sept. 30. The virtual open house includes information on the project goals, a timeline, a look at existing conditions and more, according to the news release. A community survey is also available.

Visit storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/a23a38d31c4944d4a134c4fef0f286be to view the virtual open house and to fill out the survey.

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