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Grand Ave S Reconstruction

In 2021, the Minneapolis Public Work Department plans to reconstruct 2.24 miles of Grand Ave S between Lake St and 48th St W. Reconstruction projects include complete replacement of the street infrastructure including pavement, curb and gutter. Sidewalk and boulevard condition are evaluated and are often included in the street reconstruction as well. Street reconstruction often provides an opportunity for safety enhancements, greening and other amenities.

Grand Ave S Reconstruction Webmap

Project Status

Project Status: Engagement
           2019                          2019 - 2020                      2021 (start)         


2018 and previous

Public Works collected corridor data and competed an existing conditions study

Late Summer & Fall 2019

Project engagement and preliminary design

Winter 2019/2020

Public Works to provide a staff recommendation to City Council for layout approval

Spring - Fall 2020

Final engineering/design

2021

Project construction expected to begin           

Project Goals

The goals of this reconstruction project include:

Meeting Dates

Introductory (Phase I engagement)

Southwest Business Association - July 10th, 2019

Southwest Business Association & Lake Street Council - August 14th, 2019

Lyndale School back-to-school open house - August 29th, 2019

Kingfield Neighborhood - Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 - MLK Park Rec Center, 4055 Nicollet Ave - Meeting starts at 7:00pm; Grand Ave item approximately at 8:00pm

Tangletown Neighborhood - Monday, September 16th, 2019 at 7:00pm - Fuller Park Rec Center, 4802 Grand Ave S

Lyndale Neighborhood - Monday, September 23rd, 2019 at 6:30pm - Painter Park Rec Center, 620 West 34th Street

 

Preliminary Concept Design (Phase II engagement)

Additional dates to come, expected October - November 2019 

 

Final Concept Design (Phase III engagement)

Additional dates to come, expected January 2020

 

Existing Conditions

Grand Ave S Existing Conditions Photo

This segment of Grand Ave S is a collector street serving the Lyndale, Kingfield, and Tangletown neighborhoods. The adjacent land use is primarily residential in character, with a mix of single family homes and multifamily apartment buildings. There are several commercial nodes along the corridor, including at the intersections of Lake St, 36th St W, 38th St W, 46th St W, and 48th St W. Additionally, there are two schools located along the corridor at 34th St W and 38th St W and a park located at 48th St W and Grand Ave S. Washburn High and Ramsey Middle School are located one block southeast of the project.

Estimated Number of Daily Users

Pedestrian330
Bicycle80
Bus boardings522
Motor vehicles1,150 - 2,100

Reported Crashes

Reported crashes by travel mode on Grand Ave S (Lake St - 48th St W, 2011-2015)

 Reported crashes% of total crashes
Pedestrian113%
Bicycle205%
Motor vehicle35092%
Total crashes381 

Contact

Forrest Hardy, Transportation Planner; 612-673-5951 or [email protected]

Beverly Warmka, Project Engineer; 612-673-3762 or [email protected]ov 

 

Last updated Sep 11, 2019

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