New St. Paul resident Sarah Johnson interviews Ward 4 City Councilmember Mitra Jalali about her thoughtful and person-centered approach to transportation infrastructure.
Join Elissa Shufman and Ian R Buck for a discussion of the novel The Cartographers, a mystery that has us pondering what a map is and how it gives us power.
Several current pilot projects in Minnesota point toward exciting possibilities for public transportation. Let’s take a look!
Though Hopkins is one of the smaller Minneapolis suburbs, they have two really innovative programs to reduce the urban heat island effect.
BikeMN was founded 15 years ago as a statewide bike advocacy organization. Its founding executive director, Dorian Grilley, is stepping down this summer. Let’s look back at his career!
Sarah Johnson, Omaha-based transportation advocate and podcaster, decided to move to the Twin Cities. Let’s follow along with her moving journey!
Minnesota just finished a historic legislative session! Let’s hear from leading transportation advocates about what we accomplished.
Over his years of bicycle commuting, Ian has found a few bike accessories that he keeps with him at all times. Here are his recommendations!
We have a ridiculous number of potholes in the Twin Cities, and since we can’t do anything other than wait for the hardworking road repair folks to fix them, we made a special Nice Games Jam!
Both Minneapolis and St. Paul are conducting rezoning studies. One is focusing on missing middle housing, the other would allow business uses in more places. Let’s learn more from advocates in each city!