Bloomington Ave S Pedestrian Improvements
In 2019, Public Works will construct pedestrian improvements on Bloomington Ave S at 22nd St E and 27th St E.
Bloomington Ave S at 22nd St E
Bloomington Ave S at 27th St E
In 2019, the Minneapolis Public Works Department, plans to construct a pedestrian safety project on Bloomington Ave at the intersections of E 22nd St and E 27th St. This project will include infrastructure enhancements to create a safer environment for pedestrians attempting to cross Bloomington Ave.
Average Number of Daily Users
|Motor Vehicle: 6,850|
Existing Street Conditions at 22nd St E Intersection
Existing Street Conditions at 27th St E Intersection
The goals of this bikeway project include:
- Support demand for safe crossings
- Enhance comfort and predictability of all users
- Reduce crossing distance for pedestrians
- Upgrade curb ramps to be ADA compliant
July - November 2018: Public Works will collect data and initiate a community engagement process.
December - January 2018: Public Works will develop a layout concept.
February 2019: Public Works to provide a design recommendation.
August 1, 2019: Start of project construction.
Existing intersection at Bloomington Ave and 22nd St E from above.
Existing intersection at Bloomington Ave and 27th St E from above.
August 9, 2019: Removal of the pedestrian ramps and center islands are complete. Minneapolis water will be working on relocating the fire hydrants next week while paving crews continue to install new ADA pedestrian ramps and center islands.
August 1, 2019: Construction of project begins today.
Chris Kartheiser, Associate Transportation Planner; 612-673-2544 or [email protected]
Peter Behnk, Supervisor Engineering Technician; 612-772-3883 or [email protected]
Last updated Feb 11, 2020