The City of Saint Paul has partnered with Transit for Livable Communities
to complete a study to improve safety and comfort along Marshall Avenue between Snelling Avenue and John Ireland Boulevard. The study has been initiated in response to concerns raised by members of the community regarding the following:
• safety of pedestrians and cyclists along the corridor
• safety of pedestrians and cyclists crossing the corridor
• vehicle speeds along Marshall Avenue
This project builds off the 2010 Bike Walk Central Corridor Action Plan
that identified Marshall Avenue as an important route for bicyclists, as well as community efforts to improve Marshall Avenue over the last 15 years. The study will also seek to identify the needs of the institutions along the corridor, including St. Paul College, Central High School, Concordia University, and others.
A Community Meeting hosted by Transit for Livable Communities and the City was held on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, (6:30-8:30) at the Oxford Community Center.
There will be a Community Meeting on Wednesday, June 12, 2013, (6:30-8:30) at the Oxford Community Center.
• 6/12/2013Community Meeting Flyer
You can download the DRAFT report and concept layout provided to the City by Transit for Livable Communities using the links below. This concept plan has not undergone a formal review by the city and is being presented for consideration by the neighborhood. Note:
Both of these documents are large files and may take several minutes to open.
The City is accepting feedback on the City website on the online forum at Open Saint Paul
For more information, please contact:
City of Saint Paul
Department of Public Works