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SW 4th Ave Improvement Project: Lincoln to Burnside

Engineering And Design
This project will reconstruct and repave SW 4th Avenue from SW Lincoln to SW Ankeny. A left-running protected bikeway, a bus and turn lane, and safer pedestrian crossings will be installed. ADA corner ramps will be upgraded.
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What’s happening now?

Design for the SW 4th Avenue project is currently underway. In addition to repaving the roadway, the project design includes pedestrian crossing upgrades, and the addition of a protected bike lane and bus lane, as recommended in Central City in Motion. Construction is anticipated to begin in early 2022.

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Project Schedule

Project Design: scheduled to be complete by December 2021

Project Construction: scheduled to begin spring 2022 and last for approximately 12 months

Rendering of SW 4th Avenue at College, looking north
Rendering of SW 4th Avenue at College, looking north

Project Funding

$3,423,000 of Fixing Our Streets funds for paving maintenance with additional funds for bikeway and signal upgrades from Central City in Motion.

Design Documents