Nestled along the Minnesota River, the Mankato River Ramble is one of many initiatives the small city has undertaken to improve biking for recreation, commuting and climate.
More than half of people with incomes below the federal poverty line can’t afford to access transit, and why jaywalking laws are outdated and unsafe.
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.
Contrary to some views on the Summit Avenue redesign, adding protected bike lanes will enhance, not detract from, all users’ experience of the street.
Imagine U.S. citizens buying hundreds of billions of dollars of climate bonds for sustainable development and to build a sustainable economy, based on good-paying clean-energy jobs, while reducing our production of harmful greenhouse gasses.
Cascade Creek was named after a waterfall in the W 7th St neighborhood of St. Paul. The stream was most famously associated with Ayd Mill.
Highway 67 in Western Minnesota will be permanently rerouted this fall. The road, which provides access to Upper Sioux Agency Park, suffered from a slope failure in 2019, inflicting infrastructural damage that was not cost-effective to repair.
In Spain, two towns have erected a tower system, called the Guardian Project, to slow encroaching wildfires.
Despite the challenges, I see more and more people getting out of their cars and seeing firsthand both the benefits and the drawbacks of commuting on foot.
Our Streets Minneapolis presented a forum on the Twin Cities Boulevard: part background, part status update, and part attempt to hold leaders accountable.