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1st Ave S, Grant St and 2nd Ave S Protected Bikeways

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Project status

Project Status: Design


The proposed project seeks to provide two new protected bikeway connections on Grant/2nd Ave between 12th St and 1st Ave S, and on 1st Ave between 15th and Grant/2nd Ave in advance of potential corridor-wide projects including the proposed Whittier/Lyndale bikeway project (2021) and planned reconstruction of 1st Ave (2023-2024).


The goals of this project include:


Summer-Winter 2019: Preliminary Planning, Design and Engagement

Winter-Spring 2019/20: Detailed Engineering and Design

Summer 2020: Anticipated Implementation

Existing conditions

Average number of daily users

(Source: Minneapolis Bicycle & Pedestrian Counts (2015) and Minneapolis Public Works (2014), Metro Transit.)

Corridor context

1st Ave Grant St Existing Photo_1  1st Ave Grant St Existing Photo_2

The proposed project aims to create safer and more comfortable crossings for pedestrians, encourage slower vehicle speeds and support existing and future bicycle demand.

Conceptual Layouts

Grant St/2nd Ave S Protected Bikeway

1st Ave S Protected Bikeway


Kelsey Fogt, Project Planner, [email protected]

Ahmed Omer, Project Engineer, [email protected]


Last updated Apr 20, 2020



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