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Transportation Info & FAQs

Learn more about Transportation and planning terms, projects happening in Union Park, and answers to frequently asked questions.​

For information about how to get around in Union Park, go here.

Union Park Infrastructure Projects 2015-2021

See recent and upcoming road construction projects in St. Paul on the city website here. On the map below, click on the highlighted road segments to learn more about past and upcoming projects in our neighborhood.

Transportation Terminology:

BRT: Bus Rapid Transit

aBRT: Arterial Bus Rapid Transit

LRT: Light Rail Transit

Multi-modal: characterized by several modes of transportation

Mill and overlay: is a street maintenance technique that requires the removal of the top layer (2") of a street by the grinding action of a large milling machine. After the top layer is removed, a new layer of bituminous pavement is put in its place.

TMP: Traffic Management Plan

FAQ's:

Where can I find more information about...

Alley lighting

Info:

Alley lighting is arranged and paid for by adjacent property owners

Contact:

Xcel Energy : 800-960-6235

Construction sites

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Problems with pedestrian access or detours can be reported to DSI

Contact:

Department of Safety and Inspections: 651-266-8989

https://www.stpaul.gov/report-incident

Damaged street light, traffic signal, or traffic sign

Info:

Contact:

Public Works: 651-266-9777

Potholes

Info:

Pothole Patching | Saint Paul, Minnesota

Contact:

Call 651-266-9700

potholes@ci.stpaul.mn.us

Snow plowing alleys

Info:

Visit the UPDC Snow Removal Page for more information

Contact:

Snow plowing streets

Info:

Contact:

snowemergency@stpaul.gov

St Paul Public Works: 651-266-9700

Snow shoveling sidewalks

Info:

Visit the UPDC Snow Removal Page for more information

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Traffic Calming (pavement markings, traffic circles, speed limit signs, etc)