Bryant Ave. S. reconstruction

The City will reconstruct Bryant Ave. S. from Lake St. to 50th St. W.

Key information


2020 - 2023


Bryant Ave. S. from Lake St. to 50th St. W.

East Harriet Lynnhurst South Uptown

Project overview

In 2022, the City of Minneapolis plans to reconstruct the street on Bryant Ave S from Lake St to 50th St W.

Project goals:

  • Improve pedestrian safety and access
  • Create an All Ages and Abilities bicycle connection in the area
  • Support existing and future transit service in the area
  • Use green infrastructure to collect and treat stormwater runoff
  • Accommodate business deliveries and customer access

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Traffic impacts

Construction on this project began on June 27th, 2022. 

Expect the following temporary traffic impacts:

  • Detours
  • Lane restrictions
  • Intersection reductions
  • Parking restrictions
  • Revised pedestrian and bicycle routes

Residents, businesses and visitors may face the following:

  • Noise
  • Vibration
  • Dust in work areas

Detour for Bryant & 50th Intersection Closure

Detour Route for Bryant Ave S project (2022)

Weekly stakeholder meeting

Join us at the Bryant Ave S weekly stakeholder meeting to get an overview of the upcoming construction work. We will hold the meetings using Microsoft Teams. Meetings will occur every Thursday throughout reconstruction.   

Every Thursday
1:00 p.m.
via Microsoft Teams

Join the Bryant Ave. S. project weekly stakeholder meeting

Help with Microsoft Teams

Anyone can join a Microsoft Teams web meeting. A free software download may be required. The type of download may vary based on how you join the meeting (computer, android device, apple device).

Learn more about Microsoft Teams

City Council-approved concept design

The Minneapolis City Council adopted the Public Works Recommended concept designs for Bryant Ave. S. and Lyndale Ave. S. on August 20, 2021. Mayor Frey approved the concept designs on August 23, 2021. Public Works staff will now begin working on detailed designs for the one-way recommended design for Bryant Ave. S and for pedestrian and transit improvements to Lyndale Ave. S.

Learn about the adopted Concept Designs

What we've heard

Thank you to everyone who shared their feedback and ideas during the concept design phase of this project. We have summarized the themes we’ve heard in a report. You can also view public comments submitted to the City Council.

Project phase

This project is in progress



In Progress


Contact us

Menbere Wodajo

Construction Manager

Public Works



Andrew Torgerson

Chief Field Inspector
Public Works