BIPOC leaders are urging the Minnesota Legislature to invest an equitable amount of the state’s historic surplus into BIPOC communities, with a focus on housing, transportation and more.
Housing construction on commercial strips, resistance to Paris’ new low-emission zone, the ill effects of our parking addiction and more in this week’s National Links.
Voice your views about racial equity in transportation, learn more about cargo bikes, weigh in on a 4-to-3 lane conversion in St. Paul and more opportunities for engagement.
Streets.mn is excited to announce a partnership with Dr. Cirien Saadeh to conduct a racial equity impact assessment, and we want your help!
Streets.mn is seeking proposals for a racial equity analysis to help us better meet the needs of our community and fulfill our goal of connecting a more diverse range of people.
Saint Paul’s historic Rondo neighborhood is a thriving, diverse community and home to many immigrant families and Black-owned businesses. It’s situated between University Avenue and the METRO Green Line to the north and Selby Avenue to the south. Black churches, businesses, and schools set down roots in the area in the late nineteenth and early […]