2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

The Public Comment period for the draft 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) ran from March 23, 2018 through April 24, 2018. Comments were encouraged via phone, email, online comment below, in person, U.S. mail, or tweet. The TIP was approved by the MAPO Policy Board on September 6, 2018.

Click here to view the MAPO’s 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)


6 thoughts on “2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

  1. Blue Earth County has Federal Funds programmed in the STIP for FY 2020 for the replacement of the CSAH 41 bridge over the Le Sueur River. This is within the MAPO limits and needs to be added to the 2019-2022 TIP.

  2. The existing four-way stop signs at the intersection of Pohl Road and Stadium Road are a disaster to try to navigate during peak demand times during the day. Vehicles are backed up, including MSU buses, trying to get through that intersection.

    You can expect significant delays during major events held at the University, such as MSU’s three commencements in May, its December commencement,, East/West High School graduations, South Central Commencement, large venue football games, and high school regional basketball games.

    “Minnesota Nice” drivers tend to follow the law and as vehicles stop at the signs in the four-way intersection, each driver defers to the vehicle on their right, and it cycles all around one vehicle freed at a time, despite the fact that east bound and west bound traffic has upwards of twenty vehicles lined up stuck in the cycle even though there are only a few vehicles going north or south.

    Even forgetting the MSU major events and the traffic they pull in and related exiting backlogs, non-MSU folks face the hardships of a daily “commute” to work and back home. Traffic grounds to a halt at the Pohl/Stadium intersection, contributing to Mankato’s own version of Los Angeles style road rage.

    Please do what you can to schedule the round-a-about in 2019, don’t wait until 2024.

  3. Shannon Wagy

    Stadium and Pohl intersection has been awful since the round about went in on Victory. People don’t want to take Balcerzack because it’s slower. This has led to all of us living on Swan lane wanting to move. You cant get out of swan lane, you for sure can never turn Left and coming home trying to take a left onto Swan Lane is near impossible because cars take over our turn lane. I have been complaining about this for 2 years. The assessment done on the road in 2016 is now being put off until 2020? This is an awful way to treat the tax payers that have to suffer leaving for work and coming home.

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