St. Paul is considering zoning changes to legalize more housing in our neighborhoods. Testify in person on October 4 or email the City Council.
Two arborists presented standard construction protocols that the City of St. Paul’s Forestry Department will follow when assessing tree health and protection on Summit Avenue.
Electric vehicles are a positive step away from the pollution of gas-guzzling SUVs and other cars. But do we shortcut the hard work of habit change by promoting them as multimodal?
A new home base, fewer riders and a modified route to showcase city cycling highlight this year’s Saint Paul Classic Bike Tour.
It could have happened sooner, but the Ayd Mill Road bike lane and road diet was a start.
My longtime home and beloved Silver City is beginning to change. Though St. Paul has often been maligned as “old-timey” by some of the more unsavory residents across the river in Minneapolis, I am proud to have seen St. Paul take tangible steps into the future by passage of the massively important Climate Action & […]
Perhaps the most debated piece of roadway in Minnesota history, St. Paul’s Ayd Mill Road needs to be accessible for more than just cars.
In honor of International Car-Free Day, professional cartoonist and ardent cyclist Andy Singer offers our readers some CARtoons to consider.
First, there are two streets.mn events coming up. For transit fans and/or night owls, Friday, August 16th: Join Us For Happy Hour + One Final Ride On The Midnight Bus From Wayzata for a trip out to Wayzata Friday evening and back to Minneapolis in the wee hours of Saturday morning. For readers who identify […]
The “High Bridge” is best known as an iconic place for photographs of Saint Paul’s downtown, either as a symbol framing the city or as a place to take pictures of the city. But it’s also a key transportation corridor for people on the West Side and West End, a half-mile link between two historic […]