2013: Streets.MN’s “The Best of 2013” – Call for Categories

Long time streets people will remember that we ran a best of 2012 series.

Last Year’s Posts:


We are looking for a new set of topics this year. Please use the comments to identify what you think should be the 2013 “Best of” categories. At the end of this week, the editors of Streets.MN will take that list, refine it  using only the best non-GMO chemicals, and produce a set of categories on which we will take nominations. At the beginning of December we will have a vote, and at the end of December, reveal with much fanfare, what are, in fact, the best things of 2013.

12 thoughts on “2013: Streets.MN’s “The Best of 2013” – Call for Categories

  1. Sam NewbergSam Newberg

    Best development moratorium.

    Best stroad.

    Best NIMBY group/effort.

    Seriously, best door/entrance.

    Best new pedestrian-friendly development.

  2. Bill LindekeBill Lindeke

    best boondoggle. best politician. best public works decision. best campaign stunt. best new development. best sidewalk café. best civic booster. best technobabble obfuscation.

  3. Dan

    Best bicycling bridge

    Best carshare program

    Best taproom or brewpub

    Best bicycle boulevard

    Best bus route for people watching

    Transitless street most deserving of transit

  4. Isaac

    Best pedestrian crossing

    Best proposed multi-million dollar public works project

    Best commuter bikeway

  5. Samuel GeerSamuel Geer

    Best Sports Venue

    Best Playground

    Best Rural Trail

    Best Riparian Corridor

    There is a few. I think that these could be a good way for writers to do some investigation and inquiry to push this beyond the obvious answers.

  6. Matt Brillhart

    Perhaps this one is too obvious, but since no one has suggested it yet: Best Streets.MN post. But perhaps that should be a separate thing, and it should definitely be at least a Top 5 (with honorable mentions) or Top 10.

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