Webber Parkway reopens to traffic
Enjoy an improved traveling experience
Webber Parkway (County Road 152) between Fremont Avenue and Lyndale Avenue North (County Road 152) in North Minneapolis is now open to traffic.
A segment of reconstructed Webber Parkway near Dupont Avenue.
The road's reopening wraps up two years of reconstruction work throughout the Webber 44 corridor, including multiple segments of County Road 152 -- 44th Avenue, Webber Parkway and Lyndale Avenue – and an adjacent segments of 45th Avenue and Humboldt Avenue (County Road 57).
You can now travel through this corridor without detours. You can also take advantage of the new design and improvements that provide a better traveling experience overall for all modes of traffic, including:
Walking, rolling and biking
- Curb extensions with Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant ramps and updated traffic technology, including rapid flashing beacons, accessible pedestrian signals and countdown timers, at intersections for improved access and safety
- Updated trails along Webber Parkway to connect with Webber Park destinations
- New bike trails at Lyndale and Humboldt avenues for improved trail connections throughout the corridor
- Green boulevard with trees and pedestrian-level lighting between the road and sidewalks
Driving and using transit
- Redesigned intersection connecting 44th Avenue/Webber Parkway and 45th Avenue for reduced confusion and improved safety
- New METRO D Line bus rapid transit (BRT) bus shelters on 44th Avenue for service beginning in December
View of the improved 44th Avenue at Humboldt Avenue.
View of the new trail at Humboldt Avenue and crossing at 44th Avenue.
Updates sidewalks, trail and pedestrian crossing on Webber Parkway.
Updated sidewalks and travel lanes on Lyndale Avenue.
New trail and sidewalks connections on Lyndale Avenue.
Additional work continues on Lyndale Avenue
While construction activities are complete on Webber Parkway, we have a little more work to do, like paving in certain areas and finishing clean-up work on Lyndale Avenue.
You can expect minor impacts during that work, but the road will remain open. So look for our crews working on the road to complete those activities. We ask everyone to stay aware, use caution and look for signs about activities.