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Robert St. pedestrian demonstration project feedback form

As a part the work to improve Robert St., the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) has installed new temporary safety features at the intersections of Baker St. and Robert St. and Isabel St. and Robert St. in St. Paul.

These temporary safety features, called curb extensions (or bump-outs or bulb-outs) visually and physically narrow the roadway. This creates shorter crossings for pedestrians and increases visibility for people walking and driving. They do not take any parking away or affect access to driveways, but they may make parking near corners more difficult.

The goal of this project is to test the curb extensions before committing to them as a long-term design improvement at intersections.

MnDOT would like to hear your questions and comments on these temporary curb extensions. Please share your thoughts below. Thank you for participating.

An example of curb extensions
An example of curb extensions

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