There are 26 historic bridges along the Midtown Greenway originally built between 1912 and 1916. Because of their age and varying conditions, many of these historic bridges will need some form of repair or replacement in the coming years.
Hennepin County is working with a wide variety of partners, including state historical offices and other agencies, to maintain service and safety of the greenway bridges, while honoring the historic character of the corridor.
Fremont Avenue Bridge
Starting in 2018, Hennepin County is leading outreach and design efforts for the Fremont Avenue Bridge project, which is expected to occur in 2019.
Portland and Cedar avenues bridges
In 2017, Hennepin County completed major reconstruction activities on both the Portland Avenue (County Road 35) and Cedar Avenue (County Road 152) bridges over the greenway. Reconstruction of both bridges were completed in summer 2018.
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