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Margaret Street Bikeway
 margaretwebhead.jpgThe goal of the Margaret Street Bikeway project is to establish an East to West route through the east side of the City of Saint Paul, providing a connection to existing bicycle facilities on Johnson Parkway, Ruth Street, and McKnight Road. The project was proposed by the Dayton’s Bluff Greenspace Committee, and approved for $100,000 in Capital Improvement Bonds for 2014.

To accomplish the project’s goal, the City is proposing treatments for Margaret Street for the short-term, to be completed in 2014, as well as long-term treatments intended to create a Bicycle Boulevard facility.

In 2014, wayfinding signage and special bicycle route street name signs will be installed along Margaret. Additionally, shared lane pavement markings, or “sharrows,” will be painted at along the route. These treatments will establish Margaret as a bicycle corridor, and improve awareness of bicycles throughout the route.

The City held a Public Open House on Thursday, September 25 to present the project. The materials presented at the Open House can be downloaded from our document center. Please note that some of the files are large.

Community Meetings
Date Time Location
Margaret Street Bikeway Open House September 25, 2014 6:00 PM Duluth & Case Rec Center Flyer
District 1 Community Council Meeting July 28, 2014 6:30 PM Grace Lutheran Church Presentation
Bikeways Plan Open House February 18, 2014 6:00 PM Duluth & Case Rec Center  
                       

Links
  • Margaret Street CIB Proposal
  • Community Support for the Project (Scroll to April 2)
  • Contact
    Mike Klobucar
    Project Manager
    E-mail Mike

    800 City Hall Annex
    25 4th Street West
    Saint Paul, MN 55102

    P: (651) 266-6174
    F: (651) 298-4559
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