The new method of managing stormwater is called “shared, stacked green infrastructure.”
Walk south from the Green Line and you’ll see two attractive buildings dating from the 1910s. Both tell very interesting stories in the names carved above the front doors.
During a tour of the proposed Blue Line extension, project director Dan Soler repeatedly pointed out all the ways that the current estimate will grow.
The speakers who lined up to praise the Green Line couldn’t help but talk about the need to take the next steps.
Come March 9, the time it takes to travel via the Green Line train from Target Field Station to Union Depot will shrink to 45 minutes.
Ken and Roberta Avidor are two worldly residents of Lowertown in St. Paul who love to travel light and have been car-free since 2010.
“We knew light rail was coming, so we decided our communities needed to prepare to transform in meaningful ways from within,” says Nieeta Presley.
Lars Christiansen and Nancy Fischer sold their car about two years ago, plunging with abandon into the Twin Cities’ network of public and alternative modes of transportation.
Should transit serve suburban “choice” riders or “transit-dependent” ones in the inner cities?
The open-air street festival is modeled after the night markets in Southeast Asia.
Is the new Green Line slow? Well, that depends. Where did you start and where did you end?
Strolling the new light rail line with Andy Sturdevant, Part 2.
A steady drizzle couldn’t keep thousands of people from making history as first-time riders of the Green Line Saturday. MinnPost caught up with a few.
The $957 million light-rail project is proving a catalyst for rejuvenating the once vibrant, 11-mile spine connecting the Twin Cities.
Strolling the line with Andy Sturdevant, Part 1: West Bank to Hamline Ave.
A visual exploration of select demographic characteristics of neighborhoods along the new light rail line.
After decades of planning and years of construction, the Green Line is scheduled to open on Saturday. Here’s how we got there.
The arrival of the Green Line is generating particular excitement for key anchor institutions along its route.
The trip through St. Paul’s compact downtown, past state buildings and the Capitol, and the portion that runs through the U of M and over the Mississippi offer pleasant vistas.
More than 20 bus routes will be affected, including a new one on Lexington Parkway and, late next year, the introduction of bus rapid transit on Snelling.