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.
Our compilation of events and opportunities for engagement includes this week: a statewide multimodal summit, a venue for local litter control and equity work outdoors and on transit.
Voice your views about racial equity in transportation, learn more about cargo bikes, weigh in on a 4-to-3 lane conversion in St. Paul and more opportunities for engagement.
The final installment of Bloomington’s Bicycle Infrastructure determines how the infrastructure is being used and concludes by looking at future projects.
A senior dog with separation anxiety who howls can’t be left alone at home for long. What to do in a one-car family? A fancy dog backpack and a simple cargo bike.
Last week, I went to see my Cycologist. I told him I was depressed about all the climate change induced flooding in Australia. He suggested that humans would develop new ways to adapt. I told him that I was also depressed by the lack of color on winter streets and the fact that everyone in […]
This fall, Saint Paul completed five major new bikeways, the most in the city’s history. We’ll look at all five of them and discuss some of the political and design work that enabled each of them to happen. Como Avenue First up is a multi-use, off-street trail on Como Avenue between Raymond Avenue and Hamline […]
I’d like to talk about the most fun part of my morning commute: biking along Pennsylvania Ave between Rice St and Lafayette. And by fun I mean exhilarating. And by exhilarating I mean terrifying. When I moved away from the East Side, I did so knowing that getting to work was going to be quite […]
Apartment department Conrad Zbikowski offers another preview of a new mixed use building going up with the Iron Clad Mixed-Use Development Opening “Mid-June” at the southeast corner of Chicago and Washington Avenues in the Mill District. More policy-related, he also crunches some numbers to find It’s Impossible to Afford Rent on the Minimum Wage both […]
I recently purchased my first-ever Brand New Bike. This is a really big deal for me! Despite always choosing The Bicycle as my primary mode of transportation, I had also been very frugal (cheap) and preferred to tinker with the frames and components I had in my parents’ garage. Over those years — with a […]