Plymouth Ave N Reconstruction
The City of Minneapolis is planning to reconstruct approximately 0.5 miles of Plymouth Avenue North between Xerxes Avenue North and Penn Avenue North. The project will replace aging pavement and improve the right-of-way for all users and modes of travel. This project provides an opportunity to incorporate ADA compliant curb ramps, add boulevards with trees, address sidewalk obstructions, and improve the existing bicycle facility.
This project includes full reconstruction of the entire right-of-way and will include new sidewalks, ADA pedestrian ramps, furnishing zones or boulevard space, bicycle facilities, curb and gutter, and utility improvements. The project will also include new signage, and new pavement markings.
Approximately 0.5 miles of Plymouth Avenue North between Washburn Avenue North and Penn Avenue North.
Construction is anticipated to begin in 2021. During construction, residents, businesses, and visitors may expect traffic detours, noise, vibration, and dust in work areas. In addition, temporary impacts such as lane restrictions, intersection reductions, parking restrictions or revised pedestrian and bicycle routes may be expected during construction. Property access will be maintained throughout construction. Specific construction staging and traffic detour information will be posted here as the project gets closer to construction.
There will be multiple opportunities for the public to get involved throughout the project.
Open House #1
Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC), Room 105
2001 Plymouth Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55411
To be added.
Dan Edgerton, Project Planner; [email protected]apolismn.gov, 612-207-5722
Last updated Jun 14, 2019