DULUTH, MN (KDAL) - Work on corroded pilings under a portion of southbound I-35 in Duluth will continue for 3 to 4 weeks. Mn DOT District Engineer Duane Hill says more substantial repairs are required than originally thought. An emergency contract has been awarded and work will be done on an accelerated schedule with multiple shifts per day, seven days a week. The southbound lanes of I-35 are closed between Lake Avenue and 21st Avenue West with detours taking traffic along city streets and leading to congestion especially during early morning and late afternoon commutes.
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