Robert Schlosser

1. Do you navigate Minneapolis by bicycle, walking, or in a wheelchair? If so, for what purposes (commuting, recreation, errands) and how often? How do you understand the experiences of residents who don't have the option to drive, particularly children, seniors, and people with a disability?

Recreation, Once weekly. 

2. Describe any past work or accomplishments that you have been involved with around the areas of bicycling or walking issues in your community.

I love the Bike trails around the Lakes and Minnehaha Creak. I haven't worked or been involved in Planning or improving the system.  

3. What is your view on people using the trails within the park system for commuting to work, taking children to school, running errands, etc - as opposed to using the park system for exclusively recreational purposes?

Great The park trails are for Everyone use. My Son and Girl friend use the Greenway and trails to commute to work every day. 

4. What strategies, if any, will you advance to promote racial equity in Park Board programming?

The parks are for Everyone. We need Racial equity on the Park Board. 

5. Currently, the Park Board maintains only some trails and sidewalks in the winter time for walking and biking. What changes, if any, would you like to see to winter maintenance of sidewalks and trails in parks?

Clear as many Trails as possible. 

6. Park Board trails have a 10 mile-per-hour speed limit for people biking. The Board discussed potentially eliminating the speed limit in 2015, but decided against a change. What is your position on the bicycle speed limit on Park Board trails?

Keep the speed limit. 

7. What do you hope to accomplish to make Minneapolis parks and trails better for bicycling and walking by the end of your term, if you are elected?

Keep the speed limit. 


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