West Lake Multimodal Transportation Study
The City of Minneapolis is leading an areawide multimodal transportation study for the West Lake LRT Station area. The goal of the study is to identify opportunities to address non-motorized and motorized travel within the West Lake Station area with projects that can be implemented as a part of the construction of the Southwest LRT or as part of other capital initiatives.
Study efforts are being coordinated with partner agencies including Hennepin County, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, and the Southwest Project Office.
The study will emphasize bicycle and pedestrian modes to identify needs, challenges, and opportunities in the vicinity of the West Lake Station.
Opportunities for Public Input:
Community Workshop #2
5 - 7 pm on October 7th
3700 Cedar Lake Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55416
The format will be casual and attendees may come and go as they please. There will be information about the project as well as opportunities to provide feedback on the study results thus far. For further information, please contact Nathan Koster, AICP, Project Manager, by telephone at 612-673-3638 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public and stakeholder input will be sought throughout the study process through meetings with neighborhoods, advisory groups, and non-profit associations associated with the study area. The project team will also be conducting a series of community workshops, while offering additional opportunities for input and comments by email, phone, or an interactive Wiki map that will be provided on the project website.
For more information on the West Lake Multimodal Transportation Study, visit the City of Minneapolis project webpage.
For more general information on the West Lake Station, visit the West Lake Station webpage.