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Sunday Summary – November 6, 2016

Did you turn your clock back?  Daylight Savings Time ended early this morning and there might be a few devices in your life which don’t automatically reset themselves. It is also time to vote: You can vote tomorrow or go to the polls on Election Day this Tuesday, but please vote!  streets.mn does not endorse […]

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Sunday Summary – October 9, 2016

Heading for mid-October, streets.mn has a variety of posts this past week from a podcast with a local Council candidate (less than a month until the General Election!), to close looks at particular places in the metro area, and other good stuff.  Here’s the week:   Cars and trains Why Aren’t There More Crashes at […]

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Sunday Summary – March 15, 2015

Nominations are still open for land use and transportation highlights (or lowlights) of the last year to fill up the bracket in  streets.m(ad)n(ess) – Call for Nominations.  If you don’t want to participate in any bracket-inspired activities, you could always check out our new writers page and think about writing for us instead.  Streets.mn’s is […]

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