Previous Open Houses
Community members and the public were invited to attend three open houses in June for the Highway 22 Corridor Study. Separate open houses were held in Kasota, Mankato and Mapleton. Attendees had the opportunity to talk with the study team, review potential corridor roadway and sidewalk alternatives, potential options for the DNR State Minnesota River Trail between Saint Peter and Mankato and learn about next steps. Each open house had a drop-in style format with informational display boards. No formal presentation was given. The same material was presented at each open house.
Visit the Study Library page to view the informational boards shared at the open houses.
Segment 3 Mapleton (County Road 90 to Highway 30/County Road 29)
Tuesday, June 5 from 5:00-6:30 p.m.
Mapleton Fire Department
103 3rd Ave SE
Mapleton, MN 56065
Segment 1 Kasota (US 169 to County Road 2) Open House
Tuesday, June 12 from 4:00-6:00 p.m.
200 N Webster St
Kasota, MN 56050
Segment 2 Mankato (County Road 2 to County Road 90) Open House
Thursday, June 14 from 4:00-6:00 p.m.
MnDOT District 7 Office
2151 Bassett Drive
Mankato, MN 56001
The study team decided to forgo a second round of originally planned small focus group meetings and instead offered separate public open houses in each community. We previously held small focus group meetings in Kasota, Mankato, and Mapleton as well as a pop-up event and open house in Mankato to ask for feedback on how each community uses the corridor, potential issues and areas of opportunity for transportation improvements.
Thursday, January 18, 2018
MnDOT Headquarters, 2151 Bassett Drive, Mankato, MN
The first Highway 22 Corridor Study open house was held on January 18, 2018. Public input was sought on potential issues, needs and opportunities for improvements for highway users as well as other modes of transportation including pedestrian and transit. More specifically, the study partners are looking at lane configurations, access management, intersection control options, intersection designs, bicycle and pedestrian connections, local roadway and trail networks, and potential land use impacts and opportunities.
Visit the Study Library page to view the informational boards shared at the open house and listen to voiceovers for each of the three segments in the study.