Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Highway 252/I-94 Environmental Review

Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park and Minneapolis

Meetings

Upcoming

Information about upcoming meetings will be provided as details become available.

Fri, Feb. 12

Virtual Policy Advisory Committee meeting
1-2:30 p.m.
Register for this meeting
This meeting is open to the public to attend and comment. There will be a 15-minute open comment period at the end of the meeting for attendees to provide comments on the project.

Wed, Feb. 3

EIS “101” virtual listening sessions: Listening Session #1
5-6:30 p.m.
Registration information will be posted when available.

Public EIS 101 virtual listening sessions are opportunities for the public to learn more about specific project topics and to offer comments and questions to project subject matter experts.

EIS 101 presentation library

Learn more about specific aspects of the Hwy 252/I-94 Environmental Review below. Please check back for updated links to the information below as they become available.

  • Project History and Overview
  • Introduction to the Environmental Impact Statement Process
  • Project Alternatives
  • Transit Considerations
  • Community Connections
  • Health: Noise and Air Quality
  • Mississippi River Considerations
City council meetings

City council presentations will be conducted in the coming months. Our project team will present the project purpose, needs, geographic location and evaluation criteria at this time. These meetings are open to the public. We will publish specific dates and times when they are available.

Public comment periods

You are welcome to contact us and provide feedback at any time. Formal public comment periods include:

  • Purpose and Need, Logical Termini and Evaluation Criteria: Spring 2021
  • Scoping Decision Document: Fall 2021
  • Draft Environmental Impact Statement: November/December 2023

Past

  • Oct. 21: Virtual Policy Advisory Committee meeting
    • This meeting was open to the public to attend and comment. There was a 15-minute open comment period at the end of the meeting for attendees to provide comments on the project.