East 2nd Street Corridor Study
|The MIC has completed a study of the section of US Hwy 2/53 in Superior, Wisconsin. This corridor (also known as East 2nd Street) is an important route for moving people and freight, but it also provides direct access to many homes and businesses. The MICís study looked at how land uses and traffic patterns affect conditions of accessibility, mobility and safety for the various modes of transportation that move along and across the corridor. This work resulted in a number of recommended actions that the City of Superior and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) can take to improve conditions along East 2nd Street.|
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|Now Accepting Applications for 2015-2016 Planning Internships
Gain firsthand experience in transportation and land use planning! The MIC is currently accepting applications for three paid internships, one each during Summer 2015, Fall Semester 2015 and Spring Semester 2016.
For more information or to apply, check out the MIC Internship page. Deadline to apply is April 24, 2015.
|Update: Bong Bridge Roundabout (2015)
A new roundabout will be constructed as part of the 2014-2015 rehabilitation of the US2/Bong Bridge between Superior and Duluth:
Handout: How to Navigate the US2/Bong Bridge Roundabout
Video: "Take it Slow"
WisDOT website: Fast Facts about the 2014-2015 Bong Bridge Rehabilitation Project
|Current Planning Initiatives
|Lincoln Park Multimodal Transportation Study|
Duluth-Superior Port Land Use Plan- 2015 Update
Northwest Douglas County Freight Movement Study
4th Street Construction Project
Duluth 6th Avenue East Traffic Study
|Recent Plans and Studies