Transportation advocates, civic leaders, and other stakeholders gathered today at the University of Minnesota where Transit for Livable Communities and St. Paul Smart Trips–two major… more.
After a little more more than four months, the Stop For Me campaign continues to help make St. Paul’s streets safer through education and enforcement…. more.
As the Stop For Me campaign moves into the summer months, it continues to make an impact on drivers stopping for people walking at every intersection…. more.
What: Stop For Me Media Conference and Crosswalk Event When: Tuesday May 3, 1:00 p.m., Where: Near Corner of Kellogg Blvd. and Mulberry St., Saint… more.
The Stop For Me campaign got off to a banner start. Through the campaign’s first two days of education and enforcement events, police stopped over 500… more.
Throughout 2016, walking advocates will be out in force asking drivers to Stop For Me. This year-long campaign is designed to improve safety for people who… more.
Thank you! Yesterday’s Give to the Max Day was a great success for us, and for that we owe you a debt of gratitude. Thanks… more.
This Give to the Max Day, help us celebrate our 2015 successes and keep moving toward a healthy, safe and connected St. Paul. We’ve set… more.
Yesterday was a big day in St. Paul-itics. All seven city council seats were up for election, two seats were open and a few were in… more.
2015 is a big year for St. Paul’s City Council election. Two long-term councilmembers aren’t running and several contested seats are in tight races. We… more.