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Central Entrance is a main roadway that historically serves automobile traffic. The corridor has poor pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure and bus stops that lack adequate accessibility and amenities. It also has multiple driveway accesses that create conflicts between vehicles and pedestrians. Combining these challenges with high vehicle speeds creates an unsafe place to walk or bike. It also discourages development and redevelopment along the corridor.
Central Entrance plays an important role in Duluth’s roadway network. It is one of the few direct routes connecting Duluth’s Miller Hill area to downtown Duluth and neighborhoods along Lake Superior. Because of its role in the roadway network, Central Entrance is important for all modes of transportation.
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