Snelling Ave from Selby Ave to Pierce Butler Road
November 2015 – 4 Days field work with a 2 man survey crew, 1 office technician
Leica P20 scanner, Leica GS14 GPS, Leica CS15 Field Controller
Leica Cyclone, AutoCAD Civil 3D 2016
A new Snelling Avenue
MnDOT, the city of St. Paul and Metro Transit worked together to help make one of the busiest areas of the Hamline-Midway neighborhood friendlier for motorists, transit users and pedestrians. This busy residential and commercial area between Selby Avenue and Pierce Butler Road has wider, more accessible sidewalks and new lighting. In a few locations low-growing plants have also been added to Snelling Avenue/Hwy 51 medians to beautify the area. Transit users will benefit as well through improved bus service and connections to the Green Line. The Contractor Thomas and Sons hired Northwestern Surveying and Engineering being a Veteran Owned Company to produce the As-Built Survey for MnDot to include Table K for the drainage as builts.
Summary of work
Mill and resurface existing pavement
Replace driving surface of the Snelling Avenue bridge spanning I-94
Update pedestrian crossings to meet modern accessibility standards
Construct Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) sidewalk platforms
Enhancements requested by the City of St. Paul
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