To encourage physical distancing, the city of Minneapolis said it plans to “enhance” some outdoor spaces by adding barricades or bollards to protect cyclists or pedestrians. On Plymouth Avenue North, enhancements to the protected bikeway, originally planned for later this spring, are taking place sooner. On West 36th Street, from Dupont Avenue to Bde Maka Ska, crews are enhancing protected spaces for walking and cycling. Additionally, on 26th Avenue South between 9th Street to Franklin Avenue, enhancements are being made along the curve of the street to better support walking and cycling. Finally, on Main Street from the Third Avenue to Stone Arch Bridge, the eastbound lane is closed in conjunction with the Minneapolis Parks & Recreation Board’s full closing of Main Street from Hennepin Avenue to Third Avenue.