Posts Tagged ‘Transportation’
Metro Transit is studying improving transit along Lake Street and/or the Midtown Greenway trench. Come out to learn more and share your insight.
Pedestrians play Frogger on Hennepin between Lake and 31st on a regular basis. Should a crosswalk be added?
Crossing the street and driving in Uptown may get a little bit easier over the next year, as the City of Minneapolis is in the process of upgrading its traffic light system.
Preliminary concepts developed by the MPRB project team and public input were released, showing a variety of ideas to improve the north side of Lake Calhoun and the south side of Lake of the Isles. They range from land bridges to board walks to a new channel and more.
The Park Board and the community will meet 10/9 and 10/13 to work on potential design improvements for the north side of Lake Calhoun and the south side of Lake of the Isles.
The City of Minneapolis Public Works Department is looking into the feasibility of adding a “cycle track” along 36th Street from at least Dupont Avenue to East Lake Calhoun Parkway. A cycle track is often considered a separated bike lane that is on or adjacent the roadway but generally is located between the sidewalk and [...]
New lighting, new signs, fewer stop signs, new asphalt, and new paint all a part of several efforts to improve the bike infrastructure in Uptown
There are a lot of traffic calming options out there aimed at improving pedestrian safety. We have a number of options already in use in Uptown, but there are some others that may make sense to try out at some point. Let’s explore and discuss.
With some new apartment buildings charging for off-street parking, apparently some neighbors are upset as cars spill to the streets instead. Some questions are being asked about this, whether this will translate into policy change has yet to be seen.
Metro Transit is exploring the possibility of improving bus service on core City routes, including Hennepin and Lake, through a combination of changes. But first, a study to figure that out.