Cyclists have as much right to city infrastructure as do cars, trucks and SUVs. So why can’t the City of Minneapolis see it that way?
This week: Japanese mini-trucks find a foothold in the States, the decline of park-and-rides and why we need more family-sized apartments.
Some intersections would better serve our community as roundabouts. This wish list represents the experience and observations of a workaday cyclist.
Four blocks, a few minutes and three examples of driver behavior that make people less safe — on a street rebuilt to be safer for all users.
A growing national movement supports Vehicular Walkers — those who consider themselves cars and choose to move on foot with traffic, not confined to sidewalks.
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.