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Collector Street Traffic Management Program

The collector street striping reconfiguration policy was developed to address residents growing concerns about speeding on Bloomington's streets. The Council feels that many Bloomington collector streets were designed, at the time of construction, for volumes higher than are currently using them. Some research shows that wider driving area gives drivers the perception that they can drive faster, thereby resulting in faster driving speeds. The goal of reducing the drivable area with new striping is to give drivers more of a sense that they are traveling in a residential area and should maintain an appropriate speed.

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Collector policy and process - revised 4/27/09

The collector street striping reconfiguration policies, procedures and schedules were adopted by the City Council at the April 25, 2005 meeting. According to the policy, collector streets will be reviewed for possible striping changes during their pavement management program (PMP) improvement year. The program is set up to perform the changes along with the PMP striping so there will be no additional costs to the residents and City.

Pubic Hearing - Nothing Scheduled 

2018 Collector Street "Virtual" Neighborhood Open House

The following roadway segments are tentatively scheduled to receive a bituminous overlay in 2018 (with no assessed cost to the adjacent property owners) and the city is considering changes to roadway striping configuration:

12th Avenue - E 82nd Street to American Boulevard

Bush Lake Road - Old Shakopee Road to W 110th Street 

W 110th Street - Bush Lake Road to Hampshire Avenue

As a resident in the neighborhood serviced by one of the collector streets listed above, you are invited to a Neighborhood Open House where information will be provided about potential striping and lane changes on these roadways. At the Open House City staff will have displays illustrating the striping/lane reconfiguration options for these street segments. Staff will also be available to answer questions regarding the policy, the goals and the proposed changes. Comment cards will be available for residents to leave feedback for the City staff and the City Council.

The city staff will seek approval of these changes at an upcoming public hearing during a City Council Meeting.  You will be notified by mail of this meetings time and date.

To leave comments or if you questions on any of these project roadways please contact:
Paul L Jarvis, Traffic Management Coordinator
(952) 563-4548

2019 collector street striping reconfiguration street list

Street Segment Striping Change Status
Logan Avenue - W 98th Street to W 92nd Street 2-lane & 3-lane 2019 Construction -Preliminary Concept Phase, Neighborhood notification pending

2018 collector street striping reconfiguration street list

Street Segment Striping Change Status
12th Avenue - PDF icon 12th Ave Layout .pdf
E 86th Street to American Boulevard
2-lane & 3-lane 2018 Construction -Construction Ongoing

Bush Lake Road - PDF icon Bush Lake Rd Layout.pdf
W 110th Street to Old Shakopee Road

W 110th Street - PDF icon 110th Layout.pdf
Hampshire Avenue to Bush Lake Road


2018 Construction - Complete

Past Program Streets

4-lane to 2-lane Conversion

  • 2015 - Nicollet Avenue (Old Shakopee Rd to W 102nd St
  • 2015 - W 109th Street (Bloomington Ferry Rd to Bush Lake Rd)
  • 2014 - Hampshire Avenue (Old Shakopee Rd to South Terminus
  • 2014 - W 111th Street (Hampshire Ave to Nesbitt Ave)
  • 2014 - Nesbitt Avenue (W 111th to Old Shakopee Rd)
  • 2012 - Normandale Boulevard (Auto Club Rd to W 110th St)
  • 2012 - Auto Club Road (Normandale Blvd to Minnesota Bluffs Dr)
  • 2011 - MN Bluffs Drive (Bloomington Ferry Rd to Auto Club Dr)
  • 2010 - W 102nd Street (Lyndale Ave to Nicollet Ave)
  • 2010 - W 106th Street (Bloomington Ferry Rd to Hampshire Ave)
  • 2010 - Portland Avenue (E 102nd St to E 99th St)
  • 2010 - Xerxes Avenue (W 84th St to W 90th St)
  • 2010 - Xerxes Avenue (W 98th St to Baillif Pl)
  • 2009 - W 102nd Street (Nesbitt Ave to Normandale Blvd)
  • 2009 - W 110th Street (France Ave to Normandale Blvd)
  • 2009 - France Avenue (110th St to Overlook Dr)
  • 2008 - E 102nd Street (Nicollet Ave to Portland Ave)
  • 2008 - W 110th Street (Thomas Ave to France Ave)
  • 2008 - Humboldt Avenue (W 106th St to W 100th St)
  • 2008 - Overlook Drive (Normandale Blvd to France Ave)
  • 2008 - Xerxes Avenue (W 110th St to W 106th St)
  • 2007 - W 110th Street (Xerxes Ave to Thomas Ave)
  • 2006 - 82nd Street (Pleasant Ave to Portland Ave)
  • 2006 - 12th Avenue (82nd St to East Old Shakopee Rd)
  • 2006 - Overlook Drive (Thomas Ave to W 108th St)
  • 2006 - Nesbitt Road (W 94th St to W 98th St)
  • 2006 - 94th Street (Normandale Blvd to Nesbitt Rd)
  • 2005 - 84th Street (Pillsbury Ave to Nicollet Ave)

4-lane to 3-lane Conversion

  • 2014 - W 106th Street (Humboldt Ave to Xerxes Ave)
  • 2014 - Veness Road (Bloomington Ferry Rd to W Bush Rd)
  • 2014 - Highwood Drive (East Bush Lake Rd to Pennsylvania Ave)
  • 2014 - W 84th Street (France Ave to Penn Ave)
  • 2010 - 90th Street (Vincent Ave to France Ave)
  • 2010 - 86th Street (Penn Ave to Old Shakopee Rd)
  • 2010 - 90th Street (France Ave to Xerxes Ave)
  • 2006 - W 102nd Street (Penn Ave to France Ave)
  • 2005 - Poplar Bridge/W 90th Street (France Ave to Collegeview Rd)
  • 2005 - Nine Mile Creek Parkway (W 90th St to Stanley Ave)

Studied and Kept Original Configuration

  • W 102nd Street (France Ave to Normandale Blvd)
  • Collegeview Road (Poplar Bridge Rd to 98th St)
  • W 86th Street (E Bush Lake Rd to W Bush Lake Rd)
  • W 106th Street (Humboldt Ave to Lyndale Ave)

4-lane: two drive lanes in each direction
3-lane: one drive lane in each direction and a center two-way left turn lane
2-lane: one drive lane in each direction