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!
In light of renewed pressure to convert a railroad bridge to a multi-use, multimodal span, Streets.mn reviews the history of the Midtown Greenway and the advocacy around it.
The second and final part of a series documenting Monte’s ride(s) on the Root River State Trail, which runs between Fountain and Houston, Minnesota.
A cyclist tours readers (and riders) through the Root River State Trail, a long, Midwestern interstate trail that intersects with Fountain, Lanesboro and other communities.
Stopping by St. Paul landmarks on the east metro’s 18-mile state trail, our cyclist-writer discovers the beauty of the trail — and what it’s still lacking.
A St. Paulite narrates a bike trip from the western half of St. Paul to the less familiar (to the narrator) East Side of the city.
Progressive Rail’s High Line is a little-used yet important freight railway facing proposals for conversion to a trail. However, framing this push as a rail vs trail choice ignores the better solution: rail-with-trail.
Summit Avenue has the city’s oldest, most historic bike lanes and is the second most popular place to bike in St. Paul. So why push for a multi-million-dollar project to improve the lanes? Because the bikeway can be better — and safer — for all users.
West End, Downtown, West Side 24.6 Miles September 1, 2021 When it comes to bike rides for the blog (which I call “Official” rides), regular readers know I do the majority of my biking on St. Paul streets. (The word ‘street’ is in the subtitle of the blog, after all.) I’m not averse to dedicated […]
Escaping from COVID can mean a brisk walk outdoors, a visit with a vaccinated friend — or venturing to Warroad, Minnesota, to skate the 5.2-mile Riverbend Trail.