Several local transportation and advocacy groups have banded together in a weeks-long celebration dubbed Car-Free MSP as a lead-up to World Car-Free Day on September 22. See how participating can leave a positive impact.
Although biking is the focus of this week’s “Walk the Talk” activities — and why not, with the warm summer weather — you can also learn more about monarchs and state highway funding (though not at the same event).
“Walk the Talk” promotes events that help readers rediscover the joy of movement and discover a sense of place, even in their own backyards.
Our new “Walk the Talk” series will highlight community meetings, slow roll bike rides, walk-and-talk neighborhood tours and other ways to build community and boost activism.
Streets.mn is excited to announce that Amy Gage is joining us in a new role as managing editor, having volunteered as a writer and editor for Streets.mn since 2017. Her background as a newspaper and magazine journalist, personal blogger, and community relations and communications director in higher education — as well as a multimodal and transportation advocate — should serve us well.
Electric vehicles are a positive step away from the pollution of gas-guzzling SUVs and other cars. But do we shortcut the hard work of habit change by promoting them as multimodal?
The landmark rent stabilization initiative that St. Paul voters passed in November has landlords worried about investments, tenants concerned about rent hikes prior to full implementation May 1, and the city scrambling to put a process in place.
A new home base, fewer riders and a modified route to showcase city cycling highlight this year’s Saint Paul Classic Bike Tour.
Lisa Nelson is looking forward to celebrating National Night Out (NNO) this evening with her husband and two children, 3 and 6 years old. Her block on Herschel Street in St. Paul’s Midway neighborhood is an ideal place to barricade off traffic while kids run and play, giving parents a reprieve and a rare chance […]
Months before St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter announced in April that the city would close one lane of four city parkways to vehicular traffic this spring and summer — giving cyclists, pedestrians, people in wheelchairs and people pushing strollers a rare opportunity to spread out on the street — Union Park District Council (UPDC) was […]