City gears up for 2019 construction season

Significant investments in public infrastructure planned throughout Minneapolis

The City’s 2019 construction season kicks off this month with capital improvement projects planned throughout Minneapolis. The projects will improve the transportation network and underground utilities once complete, making travel safer and more efficient for all travel modes.  

The increased investment in the City’s street network is a result of a landmark agreement passed by the Minneapolis City Council in 2016 that provides $800 million over the next 20 years to help maintain streets and neighborhood parks. Improvements to pedestrian, bicycling, water and sewer infrastructure are also planned.

2019 construction projects at a glance:

For more information about all of the City’s 2019 construction projects, visit The City is working to minimize construction impacts as much as possible. Visit to sign up for citywide traffic alerts and for traveling tips.

Stay informed of other major projects impacting Minneapolis, such as [email protected]: Downtown to Crosstown project and Southwest Light Rail Transit, by visiting MnDOT, Hennepin County and the Metropolitan Council.  


Published Apr 10, 2019



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