For World Car-Free Day, contributor Sarah Ryals talks e-bikes, baskets, beagles and the quest for a joyful commute.
See how to take action for the climate by curbing auto emissions through Utility Cycling.
Stopping by St. Paul landmarks on the east metro’s 18-mile state trail, our cyclist-writer discovers the beauty of the trail — and what it’s still lacking.
Individuals may opt to go car-free fairly easily, but what about families? Learn how a 50-year-old who’s never had a driver’s license and her partner inspired their now-grown children to a more climate-friendly way of life.
Contrary to some views on the Summit Avenue redesign, adding protected bike lanes will enhance, not detract from, all users’ experience of the street.
The desert city of Phoenix, Arizona is home to 180 miles of canals, supplying much needed water in a region plagued with scarcity. Yet the canals are not without precedent: the Hohokam people, who once inhabited the area, constructed hundreds of miles of canals to supply tens of thousands of acres of farmland, hundreds of years before Phoenix rose from the ashes of the civilization.
Planting trees to store carbon, converting downtown offices to residential space and more climate-protecting ideas from around the world.
This week we are joined by Crystal Sursely of Lowertown Bike Shop to talk about the essential things that everyone should know about bike maintenance.
A St. Paulite narrates a bike trip from the western half of St. Paul to the less familiar (to the narrator) East Side of the city.
Streets.mn’s collection of events, community meetings and opportunities for engagement this week features an annual bike tour, Open Streets and your chance to weigh in on Vision Zero.