Minnehaha Parkway traffic study available for public review

Study examines three key parkway intersections: Portland, lower road near Nicollet, and Lynnhurst Park area

Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail Master Plan reconvenes with two November meetings

Meetings will focus on parkway west of Portland Avenue and traffic study, which will be released in early November

Next steps for the Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail Master Plan

The conversation about the parkway road will pause while more traffic data is collected; Lyndale and Nicollet medians eliminated

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Project Milestones

January-March 2018

  • Project Initiation

March-June 2018

  • Inventory and analysis, community visioning, development of designs

July 2018-January 2020

  • Community involvement in refinement of designs

January 2020-March 2020

  • Document creation and MPRB Approval

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The Master Plan is funded with at least $256,000 from the Parks and Trails Legacy Fund, part of the Minnesota voter-approved Clean Water Land and Legacy Amendment. After completion of the Master Plan, MPRB will also implement approximately $1.25 million in capital improvements, based on the Master Plan. This work is also funded by the Parks and Trails Legacy Fund. The City of Minneapolis and the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District are major project partners in this effort.