The Transportation Committee works on connectivity, walkability, biking options, and multimodal transportation in our community.
The Transportation Committee meets the LAST Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm at the SAPCC office.
Minutes from previous committee minutes are archived and available to read online.
2020 Transportation Committee Goals – approved 2/27/2020
- Communicate with St. Paul Public Works to get the high-visibility pedestrian signs reinstalled at key intersections (Raymond at Blake,Territorial at Seal).
- Hold at least one Stop for Me crosswalk event.
- Hold one safety event at St. Anthony Park Elementary School.
2. Pedestrian and bike connectivity, infrastructure:
- Work toward creating an official walking/biking path north from Carleton to Long Avenue.
- Continue advocating to upgrade the pedestrian path from Seal to Raymond Station for safety and accessibility.
- Coordinate with Prospect Park on traffic calming along Franklin for pedestrian access to the Green Line.
- Winter sidewalk conditions, including from Seal Street to Raymond Station.
- Winter bike lane conditions
- Liaison with city staff and elected officials on Ayd Mill Road process
- Follow up with Metro Transit on connecting NSAP to the Green Line using existing bus routes (via route 87 or 30).
- Work with U of M on expanding transit subsidies for students and staff
- Advocate with Metro Transit on the E Line route terminus at Westgate
4. Outreach and project oversight:
- Rethinking 94: Participate in the corridor working group for climate and livability goals.
- Cleveland (Como to Larpenteur): Continue giving input to planning and design (construction in 2021 and 2022).
- Como Phase 3 (Brompton to Minneapolis border): Monitor construction, communicate with neighborhood on detours.
- Provide a neighborhood transportation perspective to all work to implement the district’s 10-year plan, the Luther Seminary project, Creative Enterprise Zone public realm work, Westgate Station area plan.
- Improve communication to St. Paul Public Works generally for signage and traffic-calming requests, (such as at Territorial and Hampden, Branston).
- Work with the U of M on fraternity/sorority parking solutions, long-term car storage, other campus parking-related solutions
Do you have transportation issues that you want to present to the Committee? Would you like to join this Committee? Email Pat.