City of Minneapolis Mapping Project
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City of Minneapolis SRTS Mapping Project

City of Minneapolis SRTS Mapping Project

The City of Minneapolis Public Works Department is leading a city-wide walk and bike to school (+parks & libraries) mapping project. Working with MPS Safe Routes to School, the City identified routes to school on these criteria. Input is now being sought on the identified routes. We are asking that school principals (or their designee/s) review the identified routes to their school for potential issues or concerns. Supportive comments are also welcomed. As it makes sense, you may share the route map with people in your school community for feedback.

To open the map, click on the picture of the map to the right. Zoom into your school area by using the zoom (+) tool at the bottom center of the map. Identified walk/bike routes are in blue.

Feedback Due: Monday, January 13.

Submit feedback to Julie Danzl, MPS Healthy Kids Focused Students, and Forrest Hardy, City of Minneapolis Safe Routes to School, 

If you would like a poster size copy of the map, please contact Forrest directly at

More Information about the Map:

The map will be

  • Two feet by three feet, foldable to standard nine inch by four inch.
  • Reviewed by neighborhood groups and members of the SRTS workgroup which includes representatives from the Minneapolis Police Department, the Minneapolis Health Department and the Minneapolis Park Board and the following MPS Departments: EMSS, Transportation, Student Support Services and Community Education.
  • Produced Hedberg Maps, by the same group that produced the Minneapolis Bicycle Map.

The Route Side

  • Identifes the easiest way to and from schools, parks, and libraries (language from map). 
  • Serves as a planning tool for Public Works as infrastructure projects are identified and prioritized.

The Back Side

  •  Integrates targeted messages aimed at parents/adults that persuade caregivers to choose walking and biking.
  • Provides safety tips/information ideally translated into Spanish, Hmong & Somali.