Lexington Parkway Bikeway
What is Proposed?
Ramsey County is planning to resurface Lexington Parkway between James and University avenues. Saint Paul and Ramsey County Public Works are proposing to install bike lanes between James and St. Clair Avenues when the street is resurfaced in 2018.
Adding bike lanes to Lexington Parkway between James and St. Clair avenues will make the street a safer and more comfortable place to ride a bike. Bike lanes will also encourage more predictable riding behavior by providing a dedicated place to ride on the street outside of the motorized travel lane.
Changes to On-Street Parking
James to Jefferson
There is currently parking on both sides of Lexington Parkway between James and Jefferson avenues. To implement bike lanes, parking would need to be removed on one side of the roadway between James and Jefferson avenues. Based on the data collected by Public Works, the amount of parking spaces remaining after installing bike lanes will meet the existing need. (Link to Lexington Parking Study)
January 25, 2018
A project meeting was held on Thursday, January 25th at the Linwood Community Recreation Center to present information and receive feedback on the project. If you were not able to make it to the January 25th meeting, you may provide feedback on the proposal by emailing project staff at the addresses below:
- Luke Hanson, City of Saint Paul: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kathy Jaschke, Ramsey County: Kathy.Jaschke@co.ramsey.mn.us
Next Steps: The proposed changes to Lexington Parkway will be presented to the City Council at a public hearing. A notice detailing the date and time of the public hearing will be mailed to residents and property owners along the corridor once details are finalized.
March 2017 – Present
City staff performed parking surveys, speed studies, street measurements, and traffic counts along the corridor.