The City of Minneapolis is reconstructing seven blocks of 4th Street. This busy area houses Minneapolis City Hall, the Central Library, and the Hennepin County Family Courthouse; escalating the need for pedestrian and bicyclists safety with a focus on ADA compliance.
The Ford Parkway Bridge over the Mississippi River, also known as the Intercity Bridge, provides an important connection between Saint Paul and Minneapolis. Construction of the bridge was in 1927 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Located directly above the Lowry Tunnel, this ¾-mile corridor was a critical and highly congested connection among downtown, Uptown and the north side of Minneapolis.
Rani is providing input to the Metropolitan Council to help establish and maintain an efficient and thorough document control process for the project, perform preliminary engineering that includes water resource analysis and track and signal analysis, and right-of-way tracking and mapping.
The METRO Green Line (formally Center Corridor LRT) entered service on June 14, 2014. The Green Line, together with the Blue Line and the Northstar Commuter Line, provide enhanced and connected transit choices. The 11-mile Green Line travels through many diverse and densely populated urban neighborhoods of the Twin Cities. It connects the downtowns of Minneapolis and Saint Paul with 18 new stations. The line includes destination stops at the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Capitol.
Metro Transit redeveloped their Heywood Campus in Minneapolis, including the Police Department Headquarters building expansion and constructing an additional bus garage. To provide additional parking, two lots adjacent to the Transit Control Center (TCC) were purchased to construct a parking lot.