The Greenway needs ADA-compliant access routes, and Hennepin County has found one. Problem: It’s through a community garden, where opposition has taken deep roots.
What lessons can be learned from the Nice Ride era that we can take into the future? Is private bikeshare here to stay, or do we go public?
Nearly 300 riders, many of whom have a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease, raised $270,000 in October for the first-ever ALZ ride in Minnesota.
From the blog “Saint Paul by Bike: Every Block of Every Street,” we learn about the history and character of an artistic urban homestead.
Streets.mn’s climate-friendly contributors offer their best tips and tricks for enjoying a car-free, or at least car-light, Thanksgiving.
You can design your life to be totally or almost car-free, even during the hectic days leading up to Thanksgiving.
The Summit Avenue Regional Trail project has passed the final stage of the approval process. Here’s a recap of what it overcame to get this far, and what hurdles remain.
If we want to address how cars impact cyclists, there are far more effective ways to do that than simply advocating for helmets.
We sit down with Sherry Johnson to chat about her popular article series of motorists’ questions for bicyclists!
A trip to Dayton’s Bluff via Portland Avenue reveals some historic old residences, a neighborhood temporarily disrupted by construction and a schoolhouse transformed on the inside.