Hwy. 61 Reconstruction brochure

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Hwy. 61 Reconstruction brochure
Access During Construction:
Project Communications:
Construction Communication:
The City of Red Wing and its
project partners are committed
to minimizing the impacts of
the US 61/Main Street project
on businesses, residents, and
visitors to Red Wing. We will
work with the Contractor
to ensure that business
and residential accesses are
maintained at all times and
proper lines of communication
are in place to inform all
stakeholders of project updates
and progress.
•Weekly construction updates
and newsletters
•Public Meetings with
Contractor and City of Red
Wing staff
•Project website – www.redwing.org/th61home.html
•City of Red Wing “Main Event
Committee”
-- Local information
and business
support during
construction
-- Website:
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•Media
The City of Red Wing staff with
assistance from Bolton & Menk
will be leading all outreach and
communication efforts during
construction. Staff will be
available to answer questions
during construction and will
provide updates on upcoming
work to affected property/
business owners.
Construction staff
will be on-site
to resolve
problems as
they arise and
available via
cell phone
or email
at any time
for additional
assistance.
Typical Access Strategies:
•Installing temporary business
and directional signing
•Installing temporary driveway
locations
•Installing temporary ramps
where sidewalk has been
removed
•Phasing sidewalk
construction
•Using alleys for access and
deliveries
•Installing temporary signals
at key intersections
•Maintaining access to parking
ramps
Outreach Coordination:
AARON WARFORD – Bolton & Menk Project Manager
Contact: [email protected] or 651.503.5700
JAY OWENS – Red Wing City Engineer
Contact: [email protected] or 651.385.3625
CORY BEINFANG – Bolton & Menk Project Engineer
Contact: [email protected] or 507.995.2936
JOSH HRABE – Bolton & Menk Construction Inspector
Contact: [email protected] or 612.965.2473
HWY 61/MAIN STREET
RECONSTRUCTION
Construction Communication
About the Project:
The US Highway 61 (Main Street) Project includes the
reconstruction of US Highway 61 between Old West Main
Street and Potter Street in downtown Red Wing. The City
has developed a project to replace utilities, reconstruct
the roadway corridor, enhance multimodal travel, and
incorporate key streetscaping elements.
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“Establish downtown Red
Wing as a premier riverfront
destination by creating vibrant
gathering places, attractive housing
options, thriving commerce, and
strong linkages that celebrate
the experience and
foster sustainability.”
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The primary improvements of the project include:
•Full pavement reconstruction and utilities replacement
•Narrowed overall roadway pavement section with the use
of 11’ travel lanes
•Improved street lighting - decorative and efficient
pedestrian/roadway lighting
•Improved Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
pedestrian facilities
•Mid-block pedestrian crossing between Hill Street and
Franklin Street, including median refuge and HighIntensity Activated crossWalk (HAWK) signal system
•Pedestrian bump-outs at key intersections downtown
•Traffic Signal upgrades
•Streetscape improvements including trees, planted
boulevards and medians, pedestrian and bicycle
amenities, and gateway and historic district identity
features