40th Street Pedestrian Bridge
Partners: CPED, Public Works, MNDOT
Artist: Seitu Jones
Artist Seitu Jones has designed a railing for the new 40th Street Pedestrian Bridge, which will span I-35W at 40th Street, serve pedestrians and bicyclists and link the east and west sections of the River Lake Greenway. The project was selected for Art in Public Places—the City’s percent for art program—by the Public Art Advisory Panel from the City’s Capital Improvement Program. The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MNDOT) is the lead agency on this project and the City is working in partnership with them on the bridge.
Public Art Goals and Criteria
The selected artist’s design will follow guidance in the City’s Public Art Policies, and the Visual Quality Manual and Public Art Framework Plan for the I35W Access Project, both of which can be found at [email protected]. The design will particularly consider for Framework’s vision to reflect the character of adjacent neighborhoods and the themes of movement, neighborhood history and cultural heritage.
|April 2016||Artst Selection|
|May 2016||Concept Development|
|June 2016||Community Meeting and City Approvals|
|December 2016||Construction Documents approved by MNDOT|
|By 2020||Construction Complete|
For more information contact Mary Altman.
Last updated Nov 14, 2018