Maple/Park Street Corridor Study in Minnehaha County

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Reason for Study:

The Maple/Park street corridor from Veterans Parkway to SD11 is a connection between Sioux Falls and Brandon in Minnehaha County South Dakota. The corridor is a gravel road that is experiencing increased traffic causing safety concerns. The study will develop a plan to prepare for safety issues, additional growth and access.

Study Limits:

The study limits are Maple/Park Street from Veterans Parkway to SD11.

Maple/Park Street Study Limits

Public Involvement

The South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) has a long history of public involvement in the development of transportation plans and projects. The 2005 passage of the Safe, Accountable, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) requires a public involvement process. In accordance with the Department's public involvement plan document, the Maple/Park Street Corridor Study strives to keep the public involved with the study as much as possible.

Public Meetings

Public meetings for the study will occasionally be scheduled to collect public input, provide information and answer questions. These public meetings will be held in Brandon.

Public Meeting #1 - November 27, 2018

Public Meeting #2 - April 30, 2019

Stakeholder Group Meetings

Residents, Businesses and Schools along the corridor often have input unique to the corridor that can be more thoroughly discussed outside of the public meeting format. As such, stakeholder group meetings consisting of people, businesses and schools impacted by corridor improvements will be held throughout the study period.

Technical Memorandums

  • None at this time

The SDDOT has retained HDR Inc. to perform the study. For more information or comments please contact Paul Sanow of HDR by email at Paul.Sanow@hdrinc.com with the words “MAPLE/PARK STREET STUDY COMMENT” in the Subject line or by phone at (605) 977-7740. The SDDOT project manager is Brad Remmich, who can be reached by email at bradley.remmich@state.sd.us or by phone at (605) 773-3093.

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