2017 37th Avenue Sidewalk & Signal Project
Project NeedPortions of the City of St. Anthony Village were developed in an era when pedestrian and bicycle facilities were not as a high of a priority as facilities for automobiles. As a result, there are some locations within the city that lack sidewalks and recreational trails. In locations where there are sidewalks and they connect to a traffic signal, often there are modern standards that are not incorporated due to the age of the traffic signal and new requirements for pedestrian facilities to meet Americans with Disability Act (ADA) requirements. New traffic signals include things such as pedestrian countdown timers and dips in the curb that enable people to get to the signal pole to push the walk button. The lack of sidewalks and older traffic signal designs contribute to safety concerns for pedestrians and bicyclists trying to get to schools, religious institutions, community facilities, commercial nodes and transit stops within the community.
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The Sidewalk & Signal Project has been proposed for the following locations:
- • South side of 37th Avenue between Stinson Boulevard and Highcrest Street
- • 37th Avenue and Stinson Boulevard
• 37th Avenue and Silver Lake Road
• 37th Avenue and Highcrest Road
In addition, traffic signals at the following locations will be improved with this project:
• Stinson Boulevard and 39th Avenue
• Silver Lake Road and 39th Avenue
• Silver Lake Road and Silver Lane