See the Google slides presentation for info on why it's part of the Cayuga project and where it's at now.
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/ ... sp=sharing
It is a strange solution to a bad MNDoT decision. If it's completed and usable the upside is that it will provide an off-street loop basically all around the perimeter of the neighborhood (excluding Railroad Island).
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Definitely, not wide enough for two-way traffic. This is where the built path ends, and we need to find out if this portion will change as they finish the connection with Cayuga.