Bryant Ave S Street Reconstruction
In 2022, the City of Minneapolis plans to reconstruct the street on Bryant Ave S from Lake St to 50th St W.
For more information, view and download the Bryant Ave S Reconstruction Fact Sheet.
May 12, 2020 virtual open house
Public Works held a virtual open house on May 12, 2020 to kick off the project. A full recording, a transcript of the questions received during the event, and answers to frequently asked questions are all available below:
- Virtual Open House Recording
- Presentation Slides
- Transcript of Questions Received
- Frequently Asked Questions
We also have a shorter presentation discussing similar materials that you can listen to:
- 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
Project survey and feedback map
Thank you for taking our survey and providing comments on the interactive map. Please see the below summary of feedback received throughout our initial project engagement. The below summaries include an overview of feedback received across all three online engagement forums, including the Live Open House, Bryant Ave South Wiki Map and Survey. Also included below are the appendices with detailed engagement summaries and graphics (Appendix A) plus the raw comments received from the online survey (Appendix B).
Summary Appendix A (detailed engagement summary)
Summary Appendix B (Raw survey responses)
How we are currently engaging with stakeholders
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, Public Works staff are currently not hosting or attending in-person meetings. Through at least May 4, 2020, all project outreach and discussions will occur online and over the phone.
The Bryant Ave S project is currently programmed to begin construction in 2022; however, as a part of the upcoming Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) cycle, Public Works will recommend moving the project forward in the CIP so the reconstruction can begin in 2022. The conceptual design phase of the project, including stakeholder engagement, will begin in early 2020.
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Liz Heyman, Senior Transportation Planner
Trey Joiner, Associate Transportation Planner
Last updated Jul 8, 2020