The final installment of Bloomington’s Bicycle Infrastructure determines how the infrastructure is being used and concludes by looking at future projects.
In the first of a three-part series, Streets.mn contributor Monte Castleman reviews and critiques Bloomington’s network of bicycle infrastructure.
In a few weeks, the Robert Piram Regional Trail will officially open between Saint Paul and South Saint Paul. Here’s why it just might be the Twin Cities cycling community’s new favorite trail.
By my count there are six schools on or one block off of Jefferson Street in Northeast Minneapolis. From the trail at 18th Avenue NE to 4th Avenue SE, there’s Spero Academy/Heartwood Montessori, Sheridan Elementary, Webster Elementary, Aveda Institute, Marcy Open School, and the University of Minnesota. 5th Street NE is a bicycle boulevard and […]