Maps certainly make it easier to get around when you're walking or bicycling. Find out where to go!
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have the same rights and responsibilities as motorists, and can legally ride on any street
that's not a freeway. But good route planning will make your ride safer.
Find out where, in the Twin Cities, you can walk. The options are immense.
By providing great opportunities for bicyclists and pedestrians to connect with transit, Metro Transit helps hundreds of people reach their destinations without ever getting in a car.
Did you know that you can walk a quarter mile in five minutes? Check out ideas for easy bicycling, walking, and transit trips!
Find bike routes that matchthe way you ride.
Share your cycling knowledgewith the community.
Map of areas eligible for NTP funding.
Making community a priority
I've found great connection among people
who want to drive less, so now I help others connect with people and places
around them through bicycling, walking, and taking transit.
Wanna get somewhere beyond your biking capacity? All
Metro Transit buses and trains have bike racks.
Steve Clark shares his personal takeaways after nearly eight years with the Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program.
Highlights from the new 2013 BWTC Count Report and how this data helps to tell the story of how our streets really function for bicyclists and pedestrians.
A guest blog from staff at Cycles for Change.