The city of Brooklyn Park, in cooperation with its project partners, invites the public to the second open house for the Highway169-101st Avenue Interchange Study.
This open house serves as an opportunity to review new information about the project and provide input regarding the six concept alternatives under consideration.
The open house meets Tuesday, March 25, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Brooklyn Park City Hall, 5200 85th Ave. N.
The open house will present an update from the last public meeting in November, where an overview of the project’s purpose, process, intended outcomes and identified issues were on display.
Based upon feedback received from the community and project partners, six concept alternatives for interchange and local roadway improvements (including an overpass alternative with no new interchange) were developed for the preliminary screening process.
This open house is intended to:
• Provide an update regarding the study progress
• Display existing and future (no build) traffic operations
• Display the six alternatives under consideration
• Provide preliminary screening results
• Solicit feedback on the alternatives under consideration
The city of Brooklyn Park is coordinating with study partners, which include the cities of Maple Grove, Osseo, and Champlin; as well as the Minnesota Department of Transportation, Metropolitan Council, Hennepin County, Metro Transit and Three Rivers Park District.
This is an informal open house. No formal presentation will be made. Comments received at the meeting will assist the project partners as the project moves forward.
For additional information, visit the project website: bit.ly/NUeKP2 (link shortened).