The following is a list of current and upcoming construction projects or planning studies with a significant bicycle component.
2017 Saint Paul Resurfacing Projects
2017 Ramsey County Resurfacing Projects
2017 Saint Paul Projects
- Raymond Avenue Phase III - Energy Park Drive to Como Avenue - This street reconstruction project will implement bicycle lanes.
- Wheelock Parkway - Rice Street to Edgerton Street - This is a component of the Saint Paul Grand Round. The project will reconstruct the roadway and will implement an off-street bicycle path.
- Wheelock Parkway - Victoria Street to Dale Street - This is a component of the Saint Paul Grand Round. The project will reconstruct the roadway and will implement an off-street bicycle path.
- Wabasha Street - Fillmore Avenue to Plato Boulevard - This street reconstruction project will implement new bike lanes to close a critical gap in the existing Wabasha Avenue bike lanes.
- Jackson Street - Shepard Road to 11th Street - This street reconstruction project will include construction of the first segment of the Capital City Bikeway (CCB).
- Jackson Street - 11th Street to University Avenue - This street reconstruction project will include construction of the first segment of the Capital City Bikeway (CCB).
- Payne Avenue at W 7th Street Intersection - This intersection reconstruction project will implement bicycle lanes on Payne Avenue.
- Como Avenue - Commonwealth Avenue to Raymond Avenue - This street reconstruction project will include improving and widening the existing bike lanes.
- Idaho-Atlantic RSVP - This project will implement several traffic calming features and bicycle boulevard elements along Idaho Avenue.
- I-35E Trail Reconstruction - St. Clair Avenue to Grand Avenue - This project will reconstruct the bicycle and pedestrian trail along the east side of I-35E.
- Pelham Blvd/Myrtle Ave/Raymond Ave - Mississippi River Boulevard to University Avenue - This is a component of the Saint Paul Grand Round. The project will implement a two-way protected bikeway on Pelham Boulevard and Myrtle Avenue. Bicycle lanes will be added to Raymond Avenue.
- Saint Anthony Avenue Traffic Calming - This planning effort is considering revisions to calm traffic and improve bicycle facilities on Saint Anthony Avenue from Prior Avenue to Snelling Avenue.
2017 Ramsey County Projects
- White Bear Avenue at Margaret Street Intersection - Ramsey County is reconstruction a portion of White Bear Avenue, which will include modifications to the intersection of Margaret Street and White Bear Avenue. The project will include a crossing treatment to facilitate east/west bicycle traffic on the Margaret Street bicycle boulevard.
2016 MnDOT Projects
- Gateway State Trail and I-35E Corridor - The Gateway State Trail from Arlington Avenue to Cayuga Street will be closed for the 2016 season while MnDOT continues work on the I-35E project. The trail is anticipate to open sometime in 2016, including a new extension of the Gateway State Trail to University Avenue along L'Orient Street (where it will connect to a new trail constructed in 2016 along University Avenue - see above). The project will also include construction of a new off-street path along the east side of I-35E between Cayuga Street and Arlington Avenue. In addition, the project will include a short extension of the off-street path along Phalen Boulevard between Olive Street and L'Orient Street beneath I-35E.
2017 MnDOT Projects
- McKnight Road Trail - Burns Avenue to Old Hudson Road - As part of a larger project along I-94 through Saint Paul, MnDOT will be implementing some off-street path improvements on McKnight Road through the I-94 interchange area.
Current Planning Studies
- Capital City Bikeway - This planning effort identified a network of proposed bikeways throughout the downtown area.
- Grand Round - This planning effort focused on creating a vision for the northern half of the Grand Round, including Pelham Boulevard, Raymond Avenue, Como Avenue, Wheelock Parkway, and Johnson Parkway.
Prior Year Project Maps
The following is a map of all projects that impacted the bicycle network completed in 2015.