A north-south protected bikeway through the heart of downtown is a critical need for Minneapolis. Getting this right would open the door for many new people biking downtown while also further growing downtown as a destination for people to live and work and businesses to locate.Read more
You certainly forget how many people bike when you’re the sole cyclist on the road and the lanes and bike racks are empty during the quiet and long winter months. However, in light of the beautiful warm weather, student bikers have been flocking to the streets in the thousands, clogging the bike lanes, filling up the bike racks, and mixing with car and pedestrian traffic.
Despite this amazing and crowded student return to spring biking, the April 13 Oak St SE Protected Bikeway Open House at Argyle House lacked that student presence, reduced to just four University of Minnesota students to decide the fate of bikeways on our campus.Read more
Starting February 4, there is an upcoming series of meetings to discuss the future of E 38th St, an important corridor crossing South Minneapolis. While the meetings will focus the cultural history and development opportunities between Nicollet Ave and Chicago Ave, they will a great opportunity to start a conversation on how the street works for bikes.Read more