About the Project
The BNSF railway currently carries nearly 65 trains daily on the double-track mainline railroad through northeast Lincoln, resulting in at least 3.5 hours per day that each of the at-grade railroad crossings at N. 33rd Street and Adams Street are blocked to vehicular traffic. Combined, these two crossings have one of the highest exposure ratings and crash rates in Nebraska.
Find out how we're improving safety for a better tomorrow.
Be Part of a Legacy
We hope you'll be part of this legacy project for northeast Lincoln by getting involved in the process! Visit the Public Involvement page to find out how you can make a difference in your community.
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The N. 33rd and Cornhusker project involves multiple phases spanning several years.
It's important that any new street configurations align with the future vision for northeast Lincoln.