A Shared Vision For Golden Valley's Future: TRANSPORTATION
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Our Vision

Golden Valley enhances quality of life and community connection by encouraging innovative transportation choices that are appealing, efficient, and safe.

Highways and public transit link Golden Valley to the greater metropolitan area and bring visitors into the community to work, shop, and play. Transit schedules and routes take us to friends, jobs, and entertainment. Traffic congestion and accidents are reduced. Neighborhood streets are safer, inviting residents to bike, stroll, or linger. We easily make transitions between transportation modes.

Shopping areas are designed for pedestrians, not just cars, and clusters of independent businesses are within walking distance of most homes. Bicyclists ride separated from street traffic. Sound walls present a friendly face to commuters and reduce traffic noise to neighborhoods, and bridgeways minimize highway divisions between neighborhoods.




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Neighborhood Reconnection
Priority Destinations
Public Systems
Smart Planning

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To resolve transportation concerns in the Meadowbrook School area, the City worked with a neighborhood task force to plan the new Xenia Ave, a community asset that manages traffic, provides pedestrian connections, and integrates environmentally sensitive landscapting. (photo of Xenia Avenue courtesy of SEH, Inc)