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U.S. Bicycle Route 41 Public Input Meeting
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is holding this meeting in the Duluth Public Library’s Green Room to gather input on U.S. Bicycle Route 41, a bicycle route that will connect St. Paul to Grand Portage State Park using existing roads and trails.
MnDOT received feedback from more than 2,700 people during the first round of public engagement in June and those results will be shared at August open houses and online.
Persons who attend the meeting will hear progress about the route, have an opportunity to vote on route name finalists and identify their preferred bicycle route connections between Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Persons not attending open houses can also see the route and participate in a short route-name and route-connections survey online at dot.state.mn.us/bike/usbr41.
After the meeting, MnDOT will create maps of the final route alignment, tally the votes to determine the final route name and begin working on the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’ application for official U.S. Bicycle Route designation.
MnDOT anticipates the route will receive designation in fall 2016.