Public comment sought for prototype bus shelter in downtown Minneapolis

The City of Minneapolis is asking for public input on a prototype of a new transit shelter, which is now in place along Marquette Avenue in downtown Minneapolis.

The shelter is on Marquette Avenue between 3rd Street and Washington Avenue. To comment on the shelter, contact project engineer Tim Drew at (612) 673-2152 or by e-mail. Tim Drew will also be on-site to accept comments on Monday, September 28, from 4-6 p.m.

New transit shelters are going in along Marquette and 2nd avenues downtown as part of the MARQ2 project. Passengers will begin using those shelters when buses return to those streets in December.

Sept. 25, 2009

Published Sep 25, 2009



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