It's easier to ask "where CAN'T I walk?" An average person walking
at a moderate pace can walk about 3 miles in an hour. That means it
only takes you 5 minutes to cover a quarter mile.
Check out the following resources and maps for walking in the City of Minneapolis.
Want to know how to travel the skyways of Downtown Minneapolis? Places where you could easily walk to dinner? Points of interest? You've come to the right place with the Downtown Journal's community map.
The Metro Transit Trip Planner includes detailed information for walking to transit stops from your home or elsewhere when you plan a trip.
A free tool for calculating the distance of your walking trips.
Check out this map of St. Paul's skyways!
Leading the way for our communities
We need both public
resources and public engagement to create transit that meets people's needs.
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.