When Robert Garcia, a newly elected member of Congress, asked on Twitter for progressive ideas at the intersection of climate and urbanism, he got hundreds of responses.
A St. Paul resident and mother couldn’t stand the sight of cars — and UPS trucks and school buses — breaking the speed limit on a residential street. So she did something about it.
Here is a chart that arrived via Carter Rubin’s Twitter feed, showing a simple quadrant graph of US cities on the “transit” and “tacos” spectra. Here is one person’s placement of Minneapolis, ranked according to tacos / transit: https://twitter.com/TheRealFuerst/status/1070479488150978560 Keep in mind that cities receiving high marks for “tacos” include Los Angeles (#1) and […]
Via erstwhile gadfly David Brauer, here’s an interesting chart. The 2016 census population estimates came out last week and sparked an interesting conversation on Twitter this week. Here’s the original population chart, via former streets.mn board member / forum founder Nick Magrino: (He got the chart from a recently released Met Council report…) Following the chart […]
It all started with a tweet … https://twitter.com/Nathaniel1983/status/526869969964118018 The responses quickly came in. First from Mike Christensen, who has a quick draw. He’s the fastest tweet in the west. @Nathaniel1983 Road diets. — Mike Christensen, MCMP, CNU-A, AICP (@MRC_SLC) October 27, 2014 I have a lot of thoughts on road diets, specifically that we don’t do enough […]