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Hidden : 11/7/2010
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The City of Brooklyn Center is the recipient of $2 million in federal stimulus funds for the Bass Lake Road (County Road 10) Streetscape and Regional Trail Project, announced by the Metropolitan Council in June 2009. Extending along Bass Lake Road from Brooklyn Boulevard to Highway 100, this project will consist of many design aspects including:

* Regional Trail Connection. A missing segment of the regional trail system will be constructed, providing a central connection to existing regional trails.
* Pedestrian Safety. Design elements will encourage safe pedestrian routes and street crossings.
* Water Quality. Biofiltration systems will enable treatment of roadway runoff that may be contaminated with chloride from de-icing efforts before it discharges into Shingle Creek.
* Streetscaping. Multi-function aesthetic features will promote safety and beauty, including landscaping, pedestrian plaza and benches, lighting and colored concrete. The look will be coordinated with Xerxes Avenue streetscaping to provide a consistent feel to the area.

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