Minnesota Department of Transportation

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I-94/22nd Avenue South bicycle and pedestrian bridge


Your feedback is valuable in helping us understand the current use and potential improvements for the I-94/22nd Ave. S. bicycle and pedestrian bridge. Your comments will be used to help guide the vision for the Bridge.

Please take a few minutes to let us know how you currently use the pedestrian bridge by taking our survey and use our comment map to share your current or desired route over the bridge and leave a comment on the map with your feedback. The survey and comment map will be available through Sat, Aug. 31.

About this project

Pedestrian bridge over I-94 between 9th Street South and Butler Place in Minneapolis project location map

Pedestrian bridge over I-94 in Minneapolis project location map

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The I-94/22nd Ave. S. bicycle and pedestrian bridge in Minneapolis was constructed in 1962 to connect the Seward neighborhood south of I-94 with Augsburg University and the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood north of I-94.

In 2019, a truck hit the bridge, damaging it beyond repair. We placed a temporary bridge. We are now in the process of planning and designing the permanent bridge.

Summary of work

  • Planning and design of a permanent pedestrian bridge
  • Rebuild pedestrian bridge over I-94 in Minneapolis

Traffic impacts

All traffic impacts are tentative and weather dependent.


Information about upcoming traffic impacts will be posted as details become available.