From the Lowry Hill East Neighborhood Association – Where Every Story Has Three Sides
Wedge residents, how would you like to take a streetcar Downtown from nearby Nicollet?
From the The Nicollet‐Central Transit Alternatives Project will identify a preferred transit enhancement which could serve as a first phase of a longer‐range vision for transit service throughout the 9.2‐mile corridor, which extends from the 46th Street/I‐35W Transit Station and Nicollet Avenue on the south, through Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis, and to the Columbia Heights Transit Center on the north via Central Avenue. The Project will determine the benefits, costs and impacts of implementing a variety of transit modes and service types, including streetcar and enhanced bus options, to identify a locally preferred alternative for inclusion in the Metropolitan Council’s 2030 Transportation Policy Plan.
During a one-year process, the project will:
February Open Houses Scheduled
Learn about modern streetcar and enhanced bus alternatives proposed for further evaluation at an upcoming public open house:
Download and share this open house poster to help spread the word.
Anna Flintoft, Project Manager
Department of Public Works