In St. Paul, we have confined the majority of our housing development to heavily trafficked streets, forcing residents to bear the consequences.
Margaret Turvey runs through some responses to the Neighbors for More Neighbors “What’s in Your Complete Neighborhood?” survey.
Cities, try this one weird trick to encourage efficient land use! We sit down with Michael Krantz from Metro Transit to dig into a study his office did on what the effects of allowing LVT in Minnesota could be.
Current zoning codes in Minneapolis unnecessarily prevent small businesses from being more walkable and accessible — part of the neighborhood fabric.
Streets.mn contributor Pine Salica has a fresh zeal and appreciation for benches, and a pitch for streets that make space for more of them.
Links from The Overhead Wire to news from around the country. This week: a Baltic city looks to cold seawater for its future heating needs; another urban freeway draws discussion about future alternatives; considering the commuting emissions of office buildings; and more.
Data show the importance of large buildings for meeting urban housing needs. But first that concept has to gain support.
A Slow Roll bike tour of North Minneapolis reveals the assets of this historic neighborhood — as well as its historic lack of access to the Mississippi River.
The generational wealth lost to freeway development, embedded car culture in Kansas City, highway boondoggles that cost billions and other discouraging national news.
This month, with the opening of a new tunnel and walkway under MRB, a new viewing platform, and the partial daylighting of Hidden Falls Creek, Hidden Falls is ready to be discovered by many more visitors.