As of this week, Minnesota cyclists are legally free to roll through stop signs when the safety allows. Here’s why this is good for everyone.
The southbound vehicle lane of Mississippi River Boulevard should be converted to a two-way bikeway. The time to do it is now.
A long ride on a cool cargo bike to a Stillwater farm is the first entry in our new series, “Let’s (St)roll There.”
The recently promoted misconception that cyclists don’t pay their fair share for street infrastructure is both false and misleading.
The draft for the much-discussed Summit Avenue reconstruction is now 90% complete – so here are ten reasons to love the new bike trail plan.
Build out protected one-way bikeways in St. Paul now, be open and honest that you aren’t going to fully maintain them in winter, YET, but plan for and invest in the capacity to do so soon.
Mayor Allcity announced that in light of our declared climate emergency, degrading city and resident finances, and public safety and health challenges brought about by car dependency, our streets and transportation systems will no longer prioritize private car drivers above all other transportation modes. Instead, people walking, biking, and rolling (hereafter simply referred to as “people”) will no longer be treated mostly as an afterthought by city planners and engineers and the safety and convenience of low-carbon, active transportation modes will be prioritized.
St. Paul has added significant infrastructure for cyclists, rollers and walkers over the past few years. But too many examples of auto-centric street design remain.
I’ve lived in the Hamline-Midway neighborhood of St. Paul for a few years now and have become very well-acquainted with its bike facilities, both good and bad. Overall, the neighborhood is roughly on par with most of St. Paul, with maybe slightly better connectivity to other parts of the city, though we lack any real […]