Most of Lyndale Avenue’s right of way is devoted to cars. An upcoming reconstruction is the perfect time to reimagine this as a space for people.
Redevelopment of Nicollet Avenue near Lake Street offers many options for newly available right of way along the street — but do we need all of it?
What can three European countries tell us about urban life? A lot: From design to transportation, their towns excel at human-scale development.
Small changes have already made Lyndale Avenue better. But now we have the opportunity to make big changes to make it great.
Busing to and from Nicollet Island is a challenge. The Hennepin Avenue bridge is made for vehicles passing over the island, and the bus stops are hard to find.
As with the neighborhoods between Minneapolis and St. Paul, I-94 west of downtown Minneapolis exacted a heavy toll on the urban fabric. Here’s one proposal of how to repair some of that damage.
Our urban geographer visits Denver and reports back on what’s good, what’s bad and what the Twin Cities can learn from its Western cousin.
Streets.mn contributors testified during a divided public meeting, lauding the climate-conscious, family-friendly plan for a separated bicycle path on Summit Avenue.
Doughnut art sparks a zoning dispute, the relationship between city blocks and their buildings, the false economy of car-centric development and more in National Links.
St. Paul’s proposed sales tax increase would allow for a serious investment in city parks and streets. It’s been sold as a pothole fix, but here’s a cyclist’s case for the policy.