The pedestrian crosswalk button near Denfeld High School in Duluth is inaccessible for some people all of the time, and all people some of the time.
Signed into law in 2021, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is funding transportation infrastructure across Minnesota, from Little Falls to St. Paul.
For train riders living close to NLX stations, walking or bicycling would be a green alternative to driving—and far more feasible than before.
The Duluth Lakewalk has made walking and cycling more accessible along the city’s scenic lakeshore. Getting there, however, took decades.
Ask your Minnesota legislators to pledge a firm commitment to building the safe, energy-efficient and environmentally friendly Northern Lights Express.
Global Fat Bike Day, making good decisions about the freeway in Duluth and talking land use with the local Sierra Club chapter: Helping Streets.mn readers “Walk the Talk.”
The movement to remove highways from our cities is having a bit of a moment right now! Let’s learn about why we would want to remove highways, and dive into a few such projects happening in Minnesota.
Every day at The Overhead Wire, we collect news about cities and send the links to our email list. At the end of the week we take some of the most popular stories and post them to Greater Greater Washington, a group blog similar to streets.mn that focuses on urban issues in the D.C. region. […]
The Twin Cities has the worst housing shortage in the nation, as reported by the Star Tribune. This comes as no surprise to many who were in search of a home this past year. Home buyers were met with competing offers tens of thousands over the asking prices. This has escalated the average home sales […]
Have you ever driven, ridden or walked around in Duluth and noticed how Interstate 35 cuts through the city almost impenetrably? Perhaps you have noticed the sheer scale of the freeway and overpasses and their seeming lack of relation to the context of the human-scaled surroundings? Maybe you wish there were more natural spaces, softer […]