A first-of-its-kind report will serve as a guiding document as Minneapolis officials decide where, and to what extent, they should invest in street improvements or boost law enforcement.
Now that they’re hitting their stride, planners are learning lessons about what works and what might be improved.
I’m not trying to be in your way. Like you, I’m just trying to go somewhere.
We should pursue a strategy that uses our street space more efficiently, saves the city money while doing it, allows more development and tax base, with all the happy positive externalities.
Every year I remember the loveliness of the bike ride to get to the state fair. And then I’m reminded of the horror that is the last one tenth of one mile to the bike corral.
A science writer’s explorations in Canadian and European cities finds that safety improves as the total number of cyclists increases.