Streets.mn contributors testified during a divided public meeting, lauding the climate-conscious, family-friendly plan for a separated bicycle path on Summit Avenue.
A variety of writers have written thousands of words in support of St. Paul’s plan for protected bike lanes on Summit Avenue. Here, in 10 pictures, is a closing argument.
A growing national movement supports Vehicular Walkers — those who consider themselves cars and choose to move on foot with traffic, not confined to sidewalks.
Plan for summer’s Open Streets events while snow’s still on the ground, more public comment on Summit Avenue and a driving class from the Bicycle Alliance.
The draft for the much-discussed Summit Avenue reconstruction is now 90% complete – so here are ten reasons to love the new bike trail plan.
As the icy winter lingers, now is a fitting time to reflect on St. Paul’s bicycle infrastructure – in particular, the promising Summit Avenue Regional Trail Plan, now 90% complete.
The Summit Avenue redesign is almost complete. With approval still a ways off and critical decisions on the horizon, Max Singer looks into how the arguing over the plan has panned out.
A neighborhood meeting leads contributor Kelsey Dahlager to ask questions and band with neighbors to advocate for a safer Summit Avenue.
Streets.mn’s carefully curated, highly partisan collection of both serious and fun-loving events, community meetings and opportunities for engagement that we think will interest our readers.
Saint Paul Bicycle Coalition co-chair Andy Singer, longtime chronicler of all-things-cycle in St. Paul, reviews the city’s initial master plan for off-street paths on Summit Avenue — and he approves!