Several current pilot projects in Minnesota point toward exciting possibilities for public transportation. Let’s take a look!
Eighteen months after the METRO Orange Line’s opening, Eoin Roux examines what the data tell us about ridership. The upshot: more riders, but fewer of them downtown.
Eight things you should know about the historic transportation bill and how it will affect drivers, cyclists, train users and walkers throughout Minnesota.
HOURCAR was groundbreaking when it launched in 2005. Despite road bumps — detailed recently in Streets.mn — the company is serving the underserved, its CEO says.
When your experience of riding the light-rail doesn’t mesh with the long-term solutions being proposed, what do you do? Speak up!
Assigning the city to shovel sidewalks may work in a dense, anonymous metropolis. But here in community-minded St. Paul, we can do better.
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.
From bikeways to greenways, express routes to intersection redesigns, metro communities have received Regional Solicitation awards to make getting around easier, faster and happier.
“Each one of us can make a difference. Together we make change”: The words of former U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski sum up the spirit of “Walk the Talk.” This week: a festive avian census and a party on the D Line!
Streets.mn will celebrate the D Line, running from Brooklyn Center to the Mall of America, with a ride, talk and treats on Saturday, December 17.