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TRANSPORTATION

An in-depth report could shape a plan to reduce friction with neighbors.
More than two-thirds of the $511 billion in goods traded annually between Canada and the United States travels on roads.
Seven Northland driving exam stations that were closed through most of the pandemic will reopen by the end of January.
Colleagues reflect on the life and work of Adolph Ojard Jr., a Knife River native who dedicated much of his life to Lake Superior and Great Lakes industry.

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The buoy tender breaks up ice Monday at the Superior Entry.
The C. Reiss Company is seeking to relocate from Duluth to Superior.
U.S. Coast Guard cutter Katmai Bay visited Duluth last week, but as temperatures drop regional assets remain at least a day away.
The upcoming configuration of Highway 210 and County Road 61 will be aimed at preventing T-bone crashes.
The Maria G loads at CHS in Superior on Friday.
The overseas shipping close looms at the end of the month, while the end of the Great Lakes season comes Jan. 15.

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In addition to the big cost reveal, officials from Wisconsin and Minnesota also started to produce prospective alignments of a new Blatnik Bridge, including a possible direct connection with U.S. Highway 53 instead of Hammond Avenue.
Sanding trucks that service primary routes in Superior have been outfitted with GPS that can be followed by the public.
Stranded between its last and next Coast Guard cutters, Duluth-Superior will be reliant on a temporary plan for breaking ice in 2021-22.

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