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Hiawatha-Lake Intersection Study

Hi-Lake Phase 2 Study (2017-2018)

The City of Minneapolis, in partnership with Hennepin County, is excited to start Phase 2 of the Hi-Lake Intersection Study. Phase 2 of the study will build upon the work from Phase 1 with the goal of working directly with the community to reach consensus on a preferred long-term concept and develop a phased action plan for implementation of interim improvements at the Hiawatha Avenue and Lake Street intersection. Phase 2 of the Study will include:

Public Engagement

The City and County are working directly with community stakeholders to develop engagement events for Phase 2. Public engagement events will occur in the spring and summer of 2018. Please check this website for more details on upcoming events.

Hi-Lake Phase 1 Study (completed 2016)

In February 2016, the City and Hennepin County completed the Hi-Lake Phase 1 Intersection Study, a technical study to inform decisions about potential improvements to the pedestrian and bicycle environment at the Hi-Lake interchange. Phase 1 of the study documented existing conditions, key transportation issues at the intersection, and identified a number of potential short and long-term treatments at the intersection.

Several multimodal goals emerged from Phase 1 of the Study, including: 

The City has shared Phase 1 of the study with community organizations in the area and at community events, such as 2017 Lake Street Open Streets and the Midtown Farmers Market.

Hi-Lake Phase 1  Hi-Lake Open Streets

Phase 1 Study Materials

Hi-Lake Intersection Study
Hi-Lake Intersection Appendices
Hi-Lake Intersection Study Presentation (February 2016)

Project Contacts

Virginie Nadimi, Minneapolis Public Works, 612-673-5011
Bob Byers, Hennepin County Public Works, 612-596-0354

(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 Nov 30, 2017

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