38th Street Bike Lane project tests Public Works commitment to Complete Streets

38th St PresentationLast night the Longfellow Community Council hosted a community meeting to bring together business owners, City of Minneapolis Public Works staff, and neighbors to discuss the proposed bike lane on 38th Street E between Minnehaha Avenue and West River Parkway. The Longfellow neighborhood currently has the largest gap between bikeways of anywhere in the entire city (no dedicated bikeway between the Midtown Greenway and Minnehaha Park - 42nd St is mostly sharrows, which do nothing for safety). Bike lanes on 38th Street can change that. The route is included on the Minneapolis Bicycle Master Plan, and is scheduled to be resurfaced next year, so this is a great opportunity to add bike lane striping as part of that larger project.

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Pedestrian Work Group kicks off!

The Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition took a big step into the realm of pedestrian issues at the end of November by holding their Pedestrian Work Group kick-off meeting! Here's a recap. The next meeting is Dec. 21, and all are welcome!

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Update on University Ave/4th St Protected Bikeway Project

Curious about where this project stands? Although no physical progress has been made, the stakeholder group continues to meet and move the project forward. With snow now on the ground, we wait in anticipation for the completion of the City's traffic study to have a clear direction of our next steps. 

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