Highway 2 users in Cass Lake asked to provide input for upcoming study

MnDOT is seeking feedback from Highway 2 users in Cass Lake as part of a pedestrian safety improvement study.

According to a release, the study is a partnership with the City of Cass Lake and the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe.

Information from the study will be used by MnDOT and a steering committee of local stakeholders and community leaders to review current conditions, evaluate potential solutions and make recommendations on a future vision for the Highway 2 corridor in Cass Lake.

Input is requested from travelers, residents, business owners, bicyclists and pedestrians.

For more information, visit the MnDOT webpage here.

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