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Pre-register to speak at Public Works & Infrastructure (PWI) Committee’s Hennepin Avenue public hearing.
Last Tuesday would have been famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted’s 200th birthday. His thinking on design would change the way we think about urban parks and the restorative nature of green space in urban places. While most know of his most famous work of Central Park in New York City, he designed as part of his practice hundreds of other parks around the country. A new guide features some of these lesser-known spaces.
Contributor Ian Gaida offers musings on how to make the Northstar a more useful – and utilized – system.
Care about the future of transit on the route 6 corridor? This Friday is your final chance to submit your comments on the E Line BRT route! Last chance to get your comments in about stop locations (move the southbound 43rd and Upton Station back to the far/south side of the intersection to improve timing), […]
National Links examines why transit matters: in where we work, in the urgency to coordinate transit and housing, in the need for federal funding.
Aaron Isaacs offers a run down of changes to Metro Transit service for the quarter.
Denver’s failing rail system fails to serve neighborhoods, Paris will limit vehicular traffic to prepare for the Olympics, and the psychology of place.
Taking a closer look at passenger rail routes that have mostly gone unstudied by MNDOT.
The American Dream mall in New Jersey is a dreadful reminder of America’s consumer culture. The boondoggle suffered from decades of delay, shady business deals and billions of dollars spent in taxpayer money – its eponymous name certainly seems fitting.