One of the routes that's taken rerouted traffic from the Twin Ports Interchange project will see some snow removal effort from the City of Duluth this week.  The city is alerting the general public about their intention to perform snow removal efforts over a two day period - Wednesday, January 18 and Thursday, January 19 on portions of the streets along Piedmont Avenue above the Lincoln Park neighborhood.

The area that will be cleared of snow includes portions of Third Street, North 19th Avenue west, and North 20th Avenue west.  This particular stretch of roadway has been designated for rerouting of the 21st Avenue West bus line for the Duluth Transit Authority (DTA) while the Minnesota Department of Transportation works on the construction details of the multi-year Twin Ports Interchange project.

The city also wants to alleviate the amount of snow that has accumulated on these streets over the last couple of snowstorms in the Twin Ports area.

According to details shared by the City of Duluth, the Public Works Department will start the work at 7:00 AM on January 18 and they expect to wrap up the project before the end of the day on January 19.

The City of Duluth will be posting "no parking" signs along the roadways in that area ahead of the start of the snow removal project.  Any vehicle parked in the area where snow removal is taking place will be ticketed and then towed at the owners' expense.

For more details, check out the information provided on the City of Duluth's website.

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