We formed Streets.mn because we think transportation and land use news and information in Minnesota can be done better. This site explores the pressing issues facing our cities, towns, neighborhoods and the places in between.
To foster positive connections and inclusive conversations about better places in Minnesota.
A better place is one that is…
People-centered: transportation and public spaces should center on people rather than private vehicles
Future-oriented: the built environment should be designed for the needs of future generations, and in the context of a rapidly changing non-human world
Justice-driven: cities, towns, and streets should empower and include people of all ages, especially the vulnerable and marginalized
Delight-cultivating: places should inspire happiness and wonder in all seasons and all times of the night and day
Content for Streets.mn is produced by these fine folks, is a 100% member-supported and volunteer-driven. The organization is a non-profit, governed by our board and managed through our committees.
A diverse group of contributors writes for Streets.mn. The views, opinions, and positions expressed by each author–and those providing comments–are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of the Streets.mn Board or any other site contributor. The website Streets.mn makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site.
The Streets.mn logos were designed by Jesse Ross. Jesse is a Twin Cities-based designer and web developer. He likes to draw pictures, build websites and mobile apps, eat good food, and rant about politics. He can be found at jesseross.com and on Twitter as @jesseross.
This site is 100% user-supported and does not accept any form of advertising, commercial sponsorship, or paid insertions. On occasion, we may accept and keep free products, services, travel, event tickets, or other items from companies and organizations. Our authors are not compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites and various other topics. We will always identify cases in which we have been given complementary review access when writing such reviews.
The Streets.mn team of contributors reserve the right to delete or edit blog entries or comments that they deem to be obscene, offensive, spammy, or otherwise unacceptable in an environment promoting the free exchange of ideas.
The list of policies is below:
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