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Traffic detoured for construction in Cromwell

Traffic can travel through Highway 210 via a single lane controlled by a signal, but there is no access to Highway 73.

Road construction
Road construction
Derek Montgomery / For the News Tribune
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DULUTH — The Minnesota Department of Transportation would like to remind motorists that construction on Highway 210 and Highway 73 in Cromwell is underway with detours, according to a news release.

Traffic can travel through Highway 210 via a single lane controlled by a signal, but there is no access to Highway 73.

Members of the public can check the local detour and the truck detour at http://www.dot.state.mn.us/d1/projects/hwy210cromwell/index.html. Trucks are strongly encouraged to check routes before traveling through Cromwell.

The public is also invited to attend MnDOT and the contractor’s weekly update meetings at 11 a.m. Thursdays at the construction job trailer located at Carlton County’s salt shed, 1372 Highway 73, Cromwell.

For more information about this project, please visit the website: http://www.dot.state.mn.us/d1/projects/hwy210cromwell/index.html.

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