Changes are coming to the 7.5-mile stretch of I-94 between Minneapolis and St. Paul. A boulevard conversion should be part of the conversation.
Why do some cities have so much better transit than others? The distribution of people in those cities plays a key role, as our reporter explains in a dispatch from Milan.
A comprehensive study on the effectiveness of low-traffic neighborhoods in London and how reducing and reusing lithium can curb climate change – these topics and more on this week’s compilation of National Links.
An argument against free transit, a mapping project of neighborhood-level climate impacts, and more national links for the week of December 26th, 2022.
Just as Minneapolis allows us to make balanced decisions about having chickens in our yards, we should be allowing opportunities for small businesses to be mixed into our neighborhoods.
Streets.mn’s collection of serious and fun-loving events, community meetings and opportunities for engagement. This week: public comment on Vision Zero, a summit on mobility justice and Boost the Bus events.
Neighbors for More Neighbors member and contributor Brit Anbacht compares the zoning of 48th and Chicago with that of 46th and Clinton in Minneapolis and how the 2040 Plan can create complete neighborhoods.
A neighborhood meeting leads contributor Kelsey Dahlager to ask questions and band with neighbors to advocate for a safer Summit Avenue.
One neighbor of a proposed apartment development says that it would block their access to sunlight for solar energy, but getting more people to live in our cities is the more important climate goal.
The Overhead Wire’s weekly collection of national links compiles news about urban issues around the country and the world. This week: parking spots versus useful space in Toronto, the glacial progression of self-driving car tech, and more on Texas’ highway battles.