MnDOT Asking for Feedback on Highway 2 Design Options in Cass Lake
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is seeking feedback for a new vision for Highway 2 in Cass Lake.
In a partnership with the city of Cass Lake and the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, MnDOT is looking for opinions on three design options developed to form a new look for Highway 2 in Cass Lake. A steering committee made up of community leaders and local stakeholders has helped to define the community’s design priorities, and support the development of three design alternatives:
- Two-lane highway with linear park area on each side
- Two-lane highway with linear park area on the south side
- Four-lane highway with pedestrian/bicycle bridge
More information on the three alternatives is available on MnDOT’s website. Along with learning the details, you can share your feedback on each option by taking a short survey or by adding them directly to an interactive comments map.
The period to submit comments and input will be open through Sunday, Feb. 19.
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