City Engineers Look to Reduce Neighborhood Traffic
(three-minute informational video)
Data gathering prior to sign installation
As part of our traffic data collection practices we do not distribute our data collection plan, as we try to limit the possibility of our data being skewed. We are using multiple methods for data collection in the area, including staff on site, pneumatic tubes and counters, and video. For questions about the data collecting contact Paul Jarvis at 952-563-4548 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reconstruction of the intersection is being designed and planned for Summer 2010.
Input surveys have been mailed out to the Poplar Bridge Neighborhood. We ask that the residents
return the surveys by November 19, 2008. The purpose of the survey is to gather input from the
neighborhood residents regarding the temporary turn restrictions and entry treatments.
Temporary entry treatments along with turn restrictions will be installed at the intersections
of Poplar Bridge Road/90th Street and Nine Mile Creek Parkway, Stanley Avenue and 84th Street,
and Poplar Bridge Road and France Avenue. They will be in place long enough for staff to
collect traffic data in the neighborhood and removed prior to the first snow fall. Total time
of installation should be approximately 30-45 days. Within the 30-45 days we will install the
trial devices then allow two weeks for normal traffic patterns to emerge, collect data and
remove the devices.