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Some city ATV/UTV routes ready for riders

For many years all-terrain vehicle, utility-terrain vehicle and snowmobile operators have had to "trailer up" or leave the city of Superior to spend their money.

That is changing after the Superior City Council approved new routes ATVs, UTVs and snowmobiles can go to access the city's businesses.

Starting today, some of those new route open after signs were installed to mark the trail connections.

New routes open today include Winter Street to Birch Avenue; the east-west alley between Winter and Broadway streets from Birch to Hammond avenues; the north-south alley between Hammond and Hughitt avenues; the east-west alley between Winter and Broadway from Hammond to Ogden avenues; north-south Ogden Avenue from the alley between Broadway and Winter streets to North Sixth Street; north-south Banks Avenue between Winter and Belknap streets; east and west North Sixth Street from Hammond to Banks avenues; north south Hughitt Avenue from North Sixth to North Fourth streets; the north-south alley between Tower and Banks avenues between North Sixth and North Third streets; North Third between Tower and Banks; east-west Winter Street from Ogden to Susquehanna avenues; north-south Susquehanna Avenue from Winter to the alley between Belknap and North 16th streets; east-west alley between Belknap and North 16 from the alley between Iowa and Lackawanna avenues to Maryland Avenue; and the north-south alley between Iowa and Lackawanna avenues from the alley between Belknap and North 16th streets to North 19th.

Remaining routes that include access to the east side of the city, and Billings Park and the Superior Municipal Forest are expected to open Feb. 3. The remaining routes approved by can't be used until public notice is published in the Superior Telegram.

For more information, call (715) 395-7270 or email parks@ci.superior.wi.us.

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