Major road construction projects
The City of Bloomington is working to provide motorists a safer, smoother and structurally
sound roadway system. Although an inconvenience to our daily routines, road construction is
necessary to ensure that motorists are provided with safe and functional roads.
Thank you for your patience while we move forward with a better Bloomington.
Road construction in Bloomington
92nd Street Railroad Signals and Gate Arms
Normandale Lake Trails
Intercity Regional Trail Project
Penn and American Phase 2 Infrastructure Improvement
Xerxes Avenue Railroad Signals and Gate Arms
I-35W bridge work at 82nd, 86th and 90th Streets
Road maintenance and improvement projects in the
Pavement Management Program (PMP)
Curious about a local road construction project not listed above? It may be part
of the City's Pavement Management Program, a systematic program of street
rehabilitation and repair that ensures serviceable, safe roads at a reasonable cost.
Road construction projects undertaken as part of PMP are listed on the PMP updates page
(link below). Updates are posted at the top of the page each week.
South Loop construction projects
24th Avenue Storm Sewer Project
Killebrew Drive Pedestrian Bridge Project
Local Wayfinding throughout District
(Mall of America Wayfinding Signage)
South Loop Streetscape Project
Lindau Lane Grade Separation Project
I-494 projects in Bloomington
CenterPoint Energy Belt Line Project
Tips for safely maneuvering through road construction
The City offers these helpful reminders in dealing with Bloomington construction projects:
Please observe posted detour and/or warning signs.
Watch for signs, equipment and workers.
Minimize distractions such as using cell phones, eating or drinking.
Follow posted speed limits.
Stay in one lane while driving through a work zone.
Work zones can be danger zones if drivers don't use caution and good judgment. Driving too
fast, not paying attention, following too closely and stopping suddenly are the major causes of
crashes in work zones. Most people who are killed or injured in work zones are in vehicles
passing through the work area.
Up-to-date construction information via interactive maps and E-Subscribe
Most large- and small-scale road construction projects in Bloomington are described in our interactive maps section. Enter a nearby address to find
available information for the area.
You may also use E-Subscribe to have
project updates sent to you via e-mail.
For more information, contact:
Shelly Pederson, City Engineer
1700 W. 98th Street
PH: 952-563-4870, FAX: 952-563-4868
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