After nearly a year of repairs, the Sabo Bridge is ready to reopen to traffic.
Crews will begin making final repairs to the Sabo bike and pedestrian bridge in south Minneapolis on Monday.
Crews will begin making final repairs next week to the Minneapolis bike and pedestrian bridge where support cables broke loose in February.
The first phase of repair work is done and the Sabo bike and pedestrian bridge in south Minneapolis is set to reopen Friday morning.
The Sabo bike and pedestrian bridge, which spans Hiawatha Avenue, is expected to reopen to traffic Friday morning, city officials said.
Repair work is slated to begin next week on the Sabo bike and pedestrian bridge, bringing temporary closures to both the bridge and Hiawatha Avenue, the city of Minneapolis said.
Minneapolis police are going to give away and install bike lights for cyclists of all ages Thursday night in an attempt to strengthen its bond with the city’s vibrant and growing cycling community.
The Minneapolis City Council got an update on the Sabo Pedestrian Bridge Tuesday morning, which revealed cracking was found in certain areas.
For the third day now, commuters in south Minneapolis are coping with the extra headache of getting around a closed section of Hiawatha Avenue.
Light-rail service on Hiawatha continues to be closed for three stations, as crews work to repair the Sabo Bridge.