As students and workers continue their return to transit, and as transit resources remain in short supply, agencies such as the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority need work on optimizing routes.
Highway 67 in Western Minnesota will be permanently rerouted this fall. The road, which provides access to Upper Sioux Agency Park, suffered from a slope failure in 2019, inflicting infrastructural damage that was not cost-effective to repair.
California’s potential mega-flood, how Stuttgart launched the beginnings of an urban forest just before World War II and more news about our Big Blue Marble.
Contributor and transportation leader Mary Morse Marti responds to Ross Douthat’s recent column in the New York Times about driving, asking: Is it really a rite of passage?
Investment in the Northern Lights Express would decrease traffic jams, infrastructure wear and tear, and the poisonous pollution of vehicle exhaust along Interstate 35.
Getting started with biking on a daily basis can be an intimidating experience! This week Ian and fellow bike commuter Melody Hoffmann talk about the solutions they have developed for the challenges of utilitarian cycling. Stay tuned for part 2 with even more tips!
This weekly feature allows Streets.mn readers to glean the best urbanist ideas from across the country and to get inspired for action on climate, equity and livability closer to home.
Our Streets Minneapolis presented a forum on the Twin Cities Boulevard: part background, part status update, and part attempt to hold leaders accountable.
Today we’re joined by Adrianna Jereb, Transit Justice organizer at MN350, to talk about their campaign to influence the Metropolitan Council’s budget to reflect the needs of transit users.
A recent editorial argued that bike advocates left out the marginalized in their advocacy for new bike infrastructure on Summit Avenue. What if we applied that analysis to cars?