Blaisdell Avenue South Bikeway

26th St W to 29th St W

In 2019, the Minneapolis Public Works Department plans to convert a standard bike lane into a protected bikeway on Blaisdell Ave from Franklin Ave to 29th St W. This project will connect to an existing protected bikeway south of 29th St W, as well as to a westbound protected bikeway on 26th St W and an eastbound protected bikeway on 28th St W.

Blaisdell Ave Bikeway  Location Map

Project Status

Project Status: Completed

Existing Conditions

Average Number of Daily Users
 

 Ped Icon Pedestrian: 280-450
 Bicycle Icon Bicycle: 350-380
 Car Icon Motor Vehicle: 6,850

Existing Street Dimensions

Blaisdell Avenue Street Cross Section

Project Goals

The goals of this bikeway project include:

Project Schedule

July - October 2018: Public Works will collect corridor data and initiate a community engagement process.

November - December 2018: Public Works will develop a layout concept for a bikeway on the corridor.

February 2019: Public Works to provide a design recommendation.

Summer 2019: Anticipated implementation of the bikeway.

Project Updates

Updates will be posted here.

Photos

Blaisdell Avenue Photo

Project Contact

Chris Kartheiser, Associate Transportation Planner; 612-673-2544 or [email protected]

 

Last updated Oct 25, 2019

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