Officers are warning motorists of “important site visitors jams” on Freeway 61 as main occasions arrive on the north shore.

Motorists ought to anticipate delays to and alongside the North Shore and Freeway 61 throughout the first week of August.

Between Aug. 4-7 Freeway 61 is internet hosting a variety of main public occasions and building initiatives that may impression site visitors. Occasions embody the Two Harbors Crusing Competition and the Fisherman’s Picnic at Grande Marais. Consequently, important site visitors congestion is predicted in and round Two Harbors, alongside Freeway 61 and in and across the Grand Marais space, in response to the Minnesota Division of Transportation (MnDOT).

Motorists are suggested to plan their journeys upfront and train persistence, particularly in work areas.

Native and regional regulation enforcement can be advising the general public to concentrate on potential risks related to the variety of individuals anticipated to go to the North Shore subsequent week and subsequent weekend.

Joe Friedrichs of WTIP spoke with Margie Nelson, MnDOT spokesperson, about site visitors circumstances and heavy site visitors on Freeway 61 throughout the first week of August. Audio under.

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