Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Highway 252/I-94 Environmental Review

Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park and Minneapolis

Meetings and events


Virtual community conversations

Join us at one of the upcoming virtual community conversations about proposed improvements on the Hwy 252 and I-94 corridor. During these conversations you will learn more about the initial project designs being considered and can provide your input on other ideas the project team should consider.

Tue, June 15

Focus area: North Minneapolis
5-7 p.m.
Access code: MPLS

Thu, June 17

Focus area: Brooklyn Center
5-7 p.m.
Access code: 252BC

Tue, June 22

Focus area: Brooklyn Park
5-7 p.m.
Access code: 252BP

Visit our online open house

How would you like to see Hwy 252 and I-94 improved? Review information about the project, potential project elements under consideration, and provide your feedback!

Check out the online open house

City council meetings

City council presentations will be conducted in the coming months. Our project team will present the project purpose, needs, geographic location and evaluation criteria at this time. These meetings are open to the public. We will publish specific dates and times when they are available.


  • June 7: Policy Advisory Committee meeting
  • May 12: Topic: EIS 101 Listening Session #4: Noise, Air Quality, and Mississippi River Considerations
  • April 6: Hwy 252/I-94 Project Town Hall Conversations
    • This Virtual Town Hall discussed the future of Hwy 252 and I-94 in Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center and North Minneapolis on KFAI Radio 90.3 FM. Host Al McFarlane and members of MnDOT’s Hwy 252/I-94 project team discussed the current Environmental Impact Study and how you can be involved in the future of this important highway corridor.
  • March 22: City Council Meeting Presentation: Brooklyn Center
  • March 11: Topic: EIS 101 Listening Session #3: Transit
  • March 9: Topic: EIS 101 Listening Session #2: Project Alternatives and Community Connections
  • March 8: City Council Meeting Presentation: Brooklyn Park
  • March 3: City council meeting presentations Minneapolis
  • Feb. 12: Virtual Policy Advisory Committee meeting
    • This meeting was open to the public to attend and comment. There was a 15-minute open comment period at the end of the meeting for attendees to provide comments on the project.
  • Feb. 3: EIS “101” virtual listening sessions: Listening Session #1