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Sunday Summary – March 2, 2014

The Sunday Summary is a quick guide to stories and features on streets.mn in the previous week. Regular features this week include the new Charts of the Day with three charts on three days illustrating work trip mode share information starting with Minnesota, zooming in to the Minneapolis/St Paul metro area and then Minneapolis.  Focusing by […]

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Sunday Summary – February 23, 2014

A quiet week on streets.mn compared to the last few, but some technical challenges on the streets.mn site (plus the latest snowstorm or two) may be to blame.  Here’s the summary of the week’s transportation and land use posts: Regular features: The Sketch, a new feature, presents urban sketches from Ken Avidor and (soon) other […]

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Sunday Summary – February 9, 2014

The Sunday Summary, your guide to the week’s news on streets.mn Big stories Two stories mentioned in last week’s summary continued their impact with new posts. Nicollet Mall can live up to its potential, with its call to tear down the skyways and picked up by MinnPost generated a response on MinnPost Don’t Tear Down […]

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Sunday Summary – February 2, 2014

The Sunday summary, your guide to the week’s news on streets.mn Big stories Nicollet Mall can live up to its potential as “one of the most vibrant public spaces in America” during the current redesign initiative according to Sam Newberg a/k/a Joe Urban. His prescription: changing the zoning to put more storefronts and entrances onto […]

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Sunday Summary – January 27, 2014

Here’s a roundup of last week’s streets.mn posts, in case you missed any. But even if you caught all of these the first time around, you might want to revisit them for the stellar comments. Mass transit Two state legislators wrote an op-ed in the Star Tribune calling streetcars “faddish” and “obsolete.” Sam Newberg wrote a […]

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