As we “Re-think” I-94, success or failure will come down to the details of implementation. The Gold Line BRT project is a cautionary tale.
Little attention has been paid to a big proposed change in St. Paul’s zoning code: reducing minimum lot size requirements.
An introduction to St. Paul’s 2023 Draft Updated Bicycle Plan, the complexities of bike infrastructure planning, and how you can make your voice heard.
Our urban geographer visits Denver and reports back on what’s good, what’s bad and what the Twin Cities can learn from its Western cousin.
A co-chair of the Saint Paul Bicycle Coalition provides a comprehensive critique of the latest iteration of the city’s Bicycle Plan.
Ask cyclists what they want from a city bike plan and the answer is simple but sometimes controversial: safety in the form of separated lanes.
This first of a two-part series looks at rebuilding efforts on West Broadway, Lake Street and University Avenue since the 2020 uprising.
Cities are not all the same! And we need to bear that in mind when considering new housing policies, because results may vary.
It’s time to repeal the East Grand Avenue Overlay District, a failed zoning policy that is killing Grand Avenue — once a vibrant shopping and dining district.
Social problems on Los Angeles transit, the history of Minneapolis city boundaries and more in this week’s National Links.