Here's a list of current bicycle projects in Saint Paul. Some are close to completion, some are just fantasies, some we are actively working on and others we're just watching. Click on a project for a more complete description (where available) and contact us if you'd like to become involved.
indicate projects with additional information
Ayd Mill Road
Add bike/ped accommodations to the existing road and reduce it to 2 or 3 lanes.
Add racks to Xcel and River centers and other locations in the city
Improve bike accommodations related to the proposed I-35E rebuild/interchange project
Contra-flow bike lanes on west side of Cedar from Capitol to 10th street
Build a bike/ped bridge north of Pierce Butler and make Chatsworth a bicycle boulevard
Close the gap between Summit and Marshall bike routes and Downtown Saint Paul
Fifth and Sixth streets
Put one-way bike lanes on these streets, thru downtown Saint Paul
Ford Parkway (pdf)
Add bike lanes from Mississippi River to Snelling Avenue
Make some combo of these streets into a northern connection from Summit all the way to Como.
Extend the Minneapolis Greenway across the Mississippi and into Saint Paul
I-35E Parkway Trail
Improve lighting, signage, pavement and connections for this existing trail
Put in bicycle accommodations all the way from Kellogg to Sycamore Street
Complete Jefferson Bike Boulevard with medians or other crossing treatments at Cleveland and Cretin. Add connection to Sam Morgan and Shepard Road.
Improve Lilydale bike trail as part of planned future roadway realignment
Margaret Street East
Designate Margaret a Bicycle Boulevard, connecting Bruce Vento trail on the west to McKnight Road and Ruth Street on the east
Extend bike lanes and other treatments from Snelling to John Ireland and Kellogg Boulevards. Avoid new medians
Improve crossing of I-94
Off-street bike trail from Phalen to Prior, possibly continuing west over rail yards
Add bike lanes and sharrows from Summit all the way to Pierce Butler
Route Finding System
Create a uniform system of signs and pavement markings for Saint Paul bike routes
Stripe an up-hill bike lane on Montreal (to Snelling) and lanes on the Snelling bridge from Taylor to Como Avenues as part of MnDOT’s “Mill and Overlay” project
Extend winter bike lane and bike path snowplowing pilot project
Current LRT plans kick bicycles off of University Avenue. Following LRT construction, we advocate restoring on-street parking and reducing Snelling to 2 travel lanes with bike lanes