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Public Meeting for Proposed Bryant Ave. Bicycle Boulevard
Sunday, January 31, 2010 9:35 AM

Public Works is hosting two public meetings to provide information and collect feedback on three funded bicycle boulevards (pdf).

On Tuesday, February 9th, Public Works will host a public meeting (pdf) to present the draft proposal for the Bryant Ave S bicycle boulevard (pdf), between the Loring Bike Bridge and Lake Street, and between 50th and 58th Street.  For more detail about features of the bicycle boulevard, click the blue and orange circles on the pdf. 

The meeting will be held at 7:00 pm in Bryant Square Park (3101 Bryant Ave S).  For more information about the project, including project summaries and opportunities for online feedback, visit the Bryant Avenue S Bicycle Boulevard project website. 

On Wednesday, February 10th, Public Works will host a public meeting (pdf) to present the draft proposals for the 5th Street Bicycle Boulevard (pdf) and the22nd Avenue NE Bicycle Boulevard (pdf).  Click on the blue and orange circles on the pdfs to see more detail about the bicycle boulevards.

The meeting will be held at 7:00 pm at the Firefighters Hall (664 22nd Ave NE).  More information about the projects, including project summaries and opportunities for online feedback, are on the 5th Street Bicycle Boulevard website and the 22nd Avenue NE Bicycle Boulevard website.

Bicycle boulevards are some of the many bicycle improvements under construction in 2010.  Minneapolis on-street bikeway mileage will nearly double with an additional 35 miles of bike lanes, sharrows, and bicycle boulevards.  Public bike sharing launches in May. 1,000 bikes will be available at 75 locations in Downtown, Uptown, and the University of Minnesota.  To learn more about recent and upcoming bicycle improvements, read the latest bicycle news update.