St. Paul is considering zoning changes to legalize more housing in our neighborhoods. Testify in person on October 4 or email the City Council.
This week: Japanese mini-trucks find a foothold in the States, the decline of park-and-rides and why we need more family-sized apartments.
Recent academic studies can help us better understand the consequences of routing freeways through our populated urban areas.
Margaret Turvey runs through some responses to the Neighbors for More Neighbors “What’s in Your Complete Neighborhood?” survey.
Cities, try this one weird trick to encourage efficient land use! We sit down with Michael Krantz from Metro Transit to dig into a study his office did on what the effects of allowing LVT in Minnesota could be.
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.”
Streets.mn contributor Pine Salica has a fresh zeal and appreciation for benches, and a pitch for streets that make space for more of them.
St. Paul planning staff have been doing great work to reform the planning process. The latest change proposes to fix a broken petition requirement for certain developments.
We tend to ignore ruins or look at them as failures, awaiting either a visionary creative reuse or the wrecking ball. What if we preserved them as they are instead?
As the ground thaws each spring, edible perennial plants wake up and are there for the taking if you know where and how to look. Follow a few rules so you’re safe and there’s enough for everyone.