Here in the midst of #31DaysOfWinterBiking, winter bicycle commuters will tell you that biking through a snowstorm is icy, slow and treacherous, but it may be the most fun you can have on a bike.
A neighborhood meeting leads contributor Kelsey Dahlager to ask questions and band with neighbors to advocate for a safer Summit Avenue.
In taking stock of my most well-traveled routes, those places where I have to turn left are the places where a motorist has honked, shouted or threatened my safety in some way.
Saint Paul Bicycle Coalition co-chair Andy Singer, longtime chronicler of all-things-cycle in St. Paul, reviews the city’s initial master plan for off-street paths on Summit Avenue — and he approves!
Contributor Ben Swanson-Hysell discusses the continued misinformation and unsubstantiated claims made by Save Summit Avenue with regards to the Summit Regional Trail.
Two arborists presented standard construction protocols that the City of St. Paul’s Forestry Department will follow when assessing tree health and protection on Summit Avenue.
Contrary to some views on the Summit Avenue redesign, adding protected bike lanes will enhance, not detract from, all users’ experience of the street.
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.
Streets.mn asked for stories about Little Free Libraries. I chose to write about some of the libraries in a St. Paul neighborhood I’m less familiar with — the North End.
This National Night Out, see how to transform neighborhoods and strengthen communities by turning regular residential streets into “Play Streets!”