Queen Avenue North Bicycle Boulevard

(44th Ave N to Bassett's Creek)

In 2021, the Minneapolis Public Works Department will build a bicycle boulevard along 4 miles of Queen Avenue North between 44th Ave N and Bassett’s Creek Trail.

The goal of the project is to create a low-stress bikeway on Queen Avenue North, make the street safer and more comfortable for all people, and make connections to destinations along the Penn Avenue North corridor.

The project is funded by the City of Minneapolis, Hennepin County, and a Federal grant. Public Works staff are collaborating with staff from Hennepin County, Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, Minneapolis Public Schools, and Minnesota Department of Transportation to determine routes near schools and parks and to ensure safe crossings at state and county streets.

Queen Ave N Bike Blvd Webmap 11-5-18

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Project status

CIP Status Stage 1: Planning

Project details

What is a bicycle boulevard?

A bicycle boulevard is a low-stress bikeway for people of all ages and abilities. Bicycle boulevards make local streets safer and calmer for people walking, biking, driving, and living along the street.

Typical features include:

Project schedule

Project documents

Project Fact Sheet and Proposed Corridor Design

Proposed Design at Broadway Avenue/Penn Avenue/McNair Avenue Intersection

Proposed Design on Lowry Avenue between Queen Avenue and Oliver Avenue

Project meetings

Public Works staff will be presenting and receiving comments on the project at the following neighborhood association meetings in January 2020:

In addition, Public Works staff will be on-site at recreation centers to share updates, answer questions, and collect feedback on concepts for the Queen Avenue Bike Boulevard:

Project survey

In addition to the public meetings noted above, you may also provide comments on the proposed design through an online survey. You can share your thoughts on the project by completing the survey through January 31, 2020.

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Project Contact

Mike Samuelson, Project Planner;  612-673-3884 or [email protected]

Bill Fellows, Project Engineer; 612-673-5661 or [email protected]

 

Last updated Jan 21, 2020

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