Transforming an Urban Highway Into a Multimodal Corridor

Award-Winning Project

Challenge

A busy urban state trunk highway, carrying more than 40,000 vehicles per day, needed to be revamped to accommodate a variety of context zones and a diverse set of user groups with different needs.

Solution

The SEH team developed a complete multimodal plan with improved bicycle and pedestrian enhancements, safety and ADA improvements, and contextually-appropriate corridor treatments.

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Features

  • Bicycle and pedestrian enhancements
  • Safety and ADA improvements
  • Corridor treatments

Awards

  • 2013 Best Practices in Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) | Minnesota Department of Transportation

Project
Snelling Avenue Multimodal Plan

Location
St. Paul, Minn.

Client
City of St. Paul

Services

  • Traffic Analysis
  • MMLOS Analysis
  • Multimodal Planning
  • Conceptual Design
  • Cost Estimating
  • Community Outreach