Picture this. You’re at the bustling intersection of Rice Street and University Ave. A streetcar whizzes by, people pop on and off, visiting the local businesses conveniently located only a block away from the State Capitol building. Shift over to now. On the same corner you’ll find the Green Line Capitol Rice Street Station. The State Capitol still stands prominently in the background. Yet, except for the League of MN Cities building, you will find a vastly different landscape, primarily made up of surface parking lots.
Great teamwork, Saint Paul! Last week, with support from local residents, Saint Paul City Councilmembers unanimously voted to approve bicycle and pedestrian improvements on Margaret Street between Forest and McKnight avenues.
A fresh new podcast series from TLC-Smart Trips and Apparatus features stories about what commuting in the Twin Cities is, and what it could be.
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.
The woman with the creaky old mountain bike was about to give up and go home. As Sarah Perdue tells it, the woman had come… more.
Daniel Choma is a community advocate for Saint Paul, a jazz musician, and a bible salesman. He lives on Saint Paul’s historic East Side with… more.
This post originally appeared in the November 2014 Bicycling St. Paul Newsletter. A handful of bikeway projects are wrapping up, and with them come a… more.
Amy Schwarz is a SpokesWoman for Women on Bikes. She enjoys exploring the world by bike, foot, public transportation and car. You can also find… more.
by Mark Brauer (Ed. note: The following is from an email Mark sent to us and his City Council Representatives. We asked to repost it…. more.