CSAH 83 Corridor Readiness Study, City of Shakopee, Minnesota
The CSAH 83 Corridor Readiness Study was undertaken to anticipate future traffic demands and make a cohesive plan to address capacity, safety, and supporting roadway network needs for this area as economic growth continues.

CSAH 83 Corridor Readiness Study

City of Shakopee, Minnesota

CSAH 83 is one of few minor arterial roadways providing north/south continuity through Shakopee and into Prior Lake. It serves as a direct access to a substantial entertainment district and commercial businesses. The city identified the importance of a comprehensive study of the corridor to anticipate future traffic demands and make a cohesive plan to address capacity, safety, and supporting roadway network needs for this area as they see continued economic growth.

Bolton & Menk led this study to evaluate existing congestion from the TH 169 interchange to CH 101, address needs and economic development initiatives, and establish future multimodal traffic demands at key intersections to maximize safety. An implementation plan was established to prioritize maintainable and fundable transportation improvements and identify roadway network recommendations to accommodate future growth.