The saga of the Summit Avenue Regional Trail Plan just keeps going, like cyclists with the wind at their back.
Contributors share their New Year’s intentions for bringing to life the Streets.mn core values of advocating for people-centered, future-oriented, justice-driven and delight-cultivating places.
“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!
Although biking is the focus of this week’s “Walk the Talk” activities — and why not, with the warm summer weather — you can also learn more about monarchs and state highway funding (though not at the same event).
Months before St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter announced in April that the city would close one lane of four city parkways to vehicular traffic this spring and summer — giving cyclists, pedestrians, people in wheelchairs and people pushing strollers a rare opportunity to spread out on the street — Union Park District Council (UPDC) was […]
St. Paul made tremendous strides in connecting and constructing bike infrastructure this year. The Saint Paul Bicycle Coalition recently released its updated 2021 bike map, highlighting the extensive network. And it is impressive. My Strava feed, in a year that saw my highest mileage total in a single calendar year ever, has a lot of […]
On February 7, 2011, a coalition of groups organized a community meeting at Highland Arena to discuss Snelling Avenue, also known as State Trunk Highway 51. Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) was planning to repave Snelling from Montreal Avenue, north to Dayton. The groups organizing the meeting were Saint Paul Smart Trips, Transit for Livable […]