4400 Bloomington Avenue Minneapolis, MN
There's no safe place to cross Bloomington during high traffic times other than 42nd or 46th (stoplights).
44th Street seems to be one of the most heavily used stops on the 14... it's common for 5 to 10 people to get on or off at 44th. Because of sightlines and parked traffic, it is a dangerous crossing for bus users.
Let's get a "State Law: Yield for Pedestrian in Crosswalk" sign and some crosswalk paint at this intersection, and advocate for corner bumpouts to be considered for whenever Bloomington Avenue is reconstructed with new curbs.
4542 Cedar Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55407
neighbors now pursuing legal representation in regards to national,state, city and county noise standards. Also investigating other environmental concerns related to high speed, traffic numbers and noise levels.
4518 Cedar Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55407
COUNTY DATA NOW SHOWS THAT THE AVERAGE SPEED HERE IS CLOSER TO 40 THAN TO 30. THIS SHOULD BE AN EASY FUND RAISER FOR MINNEAPOLIS TRAFFIC CONTROL. a speed trap set on 45th facing Cedar would absolutely clean up!
800 1098 E 46th St Minneapolis, MN 55407, USA
The stretch of 46th between Chicago and Bloomington is full of speeders who like to go 40+ MPH. They also like to pass on the right shoulder/parking lane, which is especially dangerous when parked cars are present. There is inadequate striping on this section of road. Please consider solid white lines to demarcate the traffic lane from the shoulder/parking lane.
4553 Bloomington Ave Minneapolis, MN
4701 Cedar Av S
Drivers who want to turn left onto Cedar from 47th St., or who want to cross Cedar at 47th have very few opportunities to break into traffic as the timing of the lights at 46th & Cedar and the Parkway at Cedar mean an almost constant flow from both directions. Consider having a right turn only lane, a lane to go straight or turn left, and a lane for people coming across Cedar or turning from Cedar.
4400 Cedar Ave S Minneapolis, MN
All of the lightweight bollard-like devices that were installed on Cedar are missing. While these probably weren't the ideal long-term solution, they did help create predictable traffic patterns for crossing vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Please resolve this.