Four blocks, a few minutes and three examples of driver behavior that make people less safe — on a street rebuilt to be safer for all users.
A growing national movement supports Vehicular Walkers — those who consider themselves cars and choose to move on foot with traffic, not confined to sidewalks.
The draft for the much-discussed Summit Avenue reconstruction is now 90% complete – so here are ten reasons to love the new bike trail plan.
As the icy winter lingers, now is a fitting time to reflect on St. Paul’s bicycle infrastructure – in particular, the promising Summit Avenue Regional Trail Plan, now 90% complete.
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.
Build out protected one-way bikeways in St. Paul now, be open and honest that you aren’t going to fully maintain them in winter, YET, but plan for and invest in the capacity to do so soon.
Stories from across the country and around the world show the harsher effect of climate change on the poor and how banning cars could help solve the problem.
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?
Summit Avenue has the city’s oldest, most historic bike lanes and is the second most popular place to bike in St. Paul. So why push for a multi-million-dollar project to improve the lanes? Because the bikeway can be better — and safer — for all users.
It’s Hennepin Week here on streets.mn and I am here to remind you that your voice does, in fact, matter! The deadline for comments on Hennepin Reconstruction is 1/28 (that’s today!), and we need everyone who cares about building better and safer streets to submit a comment! We know the voices complaining about car storage […]