Public Information Meeting

Date: January 25, 2022
Time:  5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Location: Holiday Inn Express – Brandon, 1103 North Splitrock Boulevard

The South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) will hold the second of two rounds of public meetings to discuss and receive input on the above project. The open house style public meeting will begin with a presentation shortly after 5:30 PM, with one-on-one discussion with SDDOT and consultant staff following.

The presentation will be broadcast live on the study’s website and remote viewers will be able to email or call with comments or questions.

Members of the public may submit questions or comments about the project by email to Jennica.wilcox@fhueng.com or by calling 605-777-1997 and providing verbal comments.

The live and recorded meeting presentation can be accessed via the button below. Comments and questions can also be left through the form on the Get Involved page.

Notice is further given to individuals with disabilities that this meeting is being held in a physically accessible place. Any individuals with disabilities who will require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in the public meeting should submit a request to the department’s ADA Coordinator at 605-773-3540 or 1-800-877-1113 (Telecommunication Relay Services for the Deaf). Please request the accommodations no later than 2 business days prior to the meeting in order to ensure accommodations are available.

For further information regarding this project, contact:

Steve Gramm, Planning Squad Leader
(605) 773-3281 | steve.gramm@state.sd.us

Jennica Wilcox
(605) 777-1973 | jennica.wilcox@fhueng.com

The segment of SD 11 in Minnehaha County, from the intersection with SD 42 on the south to the intersection with Redwood Boulevard on the north, provides an important connection to Brandon, I-90, Corson and the eastern portion of the county. The context and character of this 5.7-mile corridor varies considerably, ranging from a two-lane rural highway with shoulders on the south end to a higher volume five-lane urban section with sidewalks on the northern end.

 

Key elements of the corridor study will be:

  • An evaluation of the roadway segments with regard to safety, traffic operations and reliability in travel time.
  • Development of travel forecasts through 2050, with intermediate years of 2028 and 2040.
  • Identification and analysis of alternatives to accommodate traffic through 2050, address any safety concerns and support a range of travel modes.
  • Development of cost estimates and an implementation plan for recommended improvements.

There will be opportunities to provide input at various phases of the study, and the team welcomes questions at any time. Just click the Get Involved button to send us a message.