The public has shared concerns and vision, and St. Louis County Public Works engineers have reviewed all suggestions and now are ready to present options for new traffic controls at the intersection of Piedmont Avenue and 24th Avenue West in Duluth.
The meeting will be Tuesday, January 30, at 6 p.m., at Denfeld High School in the West Commons area. People also have the option to tune in virtually at https://bit.ly/PiedmontAveMeeting. The public is encouraged to provide input on these options to steer the study towards the preferred option.
The intersection of 24th Avenue West and Piedmont Avenue has had a temporary stop light installed to help with the increased traffic flow during the Twin Ports Interchange Project. Prior to this, a stop sign was used for vehicles traveling on 24th Avenue West.
Looking ahead to when the Interchange project is complete, St. Louis County Public Works engineers have been gathering input through public meetings and an online survey, to determine what traffic controls would best serve the public long term.
Anyone who lives in or travels through this area is encouraged to get involved by attending the meeting in person or virtually. More information can be found online at https://piedmont-ave-study-slcgis.hub.arcgis.com/.