29th Street Reconstruction
Shared Street Evaluation Survey
29th Street W from Bryant Avenue to Lyndale Avenue is the first “Shared Street” in the City of Minneapolis. In general, a Shared Street is one where vehicles, pedestrians, and bicycles share the same public roadway. The City of Minneapolis is evaluating the performance and perception of this Shared Street and we would appreciate your feedback by completing this short survey.
Find the Shared Street Evaluation Survey here. Thank you!
See the West 29th Street Survey Outreach Postcard for more information.
This project involves the reconstruction of W 29th St. A Shared Use Street concept (woonerf) is being pursued to improve the pedestrian environment and to better meet the needs of the community.
Lyndale Ave - Bryant Ave, Freemont Ave S - Emerson Ave S, and Dupont Ave - Bryant Ave S
Construction Start Date:
Lyndale Ave - Bryant Ave has been completed in the 2016 construction season.
Freemont Ave S - Emerson Ave S and Dupont Ave - Bryant Ave S are scheduled for 2020
Duration of Construction:
There will be substantial completion in one construction season. Tree planting and sodding will take place in 2017.
Access to existing buildings will be maintained.
Public meetings have been held and the community engagement process has concluded.
June 4, 2015 Layout
September 10 Open House Agenda
September 10 Open House #3 Info
July 21, 2014 Open House Summary
June 8, 2014 Open Street Info
June 8, 2014 Open Street Pics
May 27, 2014 Open House Info
May 27 Open House Pictures
May 27 Survey Results
October 31, 2016: The project is substantially complete and open to the public. Lighting will be added this winter with trees and sodding to be placed in Spring 2017. A grand opening will be held once the project is complete. Public art will also be installed in Spring 2017.
2015: Preliminary design concepts have recently been developed for public comment. The project final design will be completed in 2015 after the City Council/Mayor approves the draft concept. Project construction is expected to begin in 2016.
Contacts: Don Pflaum, Design, 612-673-2129
Tracy Lindgren, Construction, 612-290-5898
(Note: Project information may change due to scheduling, weather, or other factors outside of our control. Listings will be updated as new information becomes available.) Citizens concerned with pedestrian access during construction should contact the project manager directly.)
Last updated May 16, 2018