For fun, we thought we’d share some highlights from the year that has been on streets.mn.
- We had more than 250,000 unique visitors to the site.
- They read, on average, 2.38 pages.
- We served up more than 1 million pages of content!
- 35% of our visitors were between ages 25 and 34, with an additional 25% between 35 and 44.
- 62% of our visitors came from Minnesota IP addresses.
- 9% came from non-US addresses.
- Our amazing writers wrote 457 posts, edited by our amazing editors!
- Our amazing readers wrote more than 4,100 comments. (We read them.)
- There were 51 Sunday Summaries.
The top posts of 2017 for total traffic, across all posts of all time — not just the 2017 stuff:
- Commuter Conundrum: Packing for a Long Day at Work
- It’s Not the Non-Profits that Keep Saint Paul Poor, It’s Their Parking Lots |
- Twenty Urbanist Observations From a Trip to Winnipeg
- 26th and 28th Street Changes Are About Safety For All
- Map Monday: Existing and Planned Twin Cities Rail versus Population Density
- We had an awesome summer picnic.
- We had an incredible winter fundraiser, featuring Theater of Public Policy and some great special guests.
- We co-hosted a mayoral forum on transportation equity in Minneapolis, did candidate surveys for both the Minneapolis and St. Paul mayoral races, and talked to a bunch of city council candidates.
We think it was a pretty good year, and hope you think the same. Hope to see you through 2018!
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