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Featured News

06/25
2014

NTPP Report to Congress: Shift to bicycling and walking comes with infrastructure

Program championed by Minnesota Congressman Oberstar shows impact of targeted investment

“The non-motorized pilot program was designed to create mode shift and to develop the statistical information necessary to properly evaluate the impact of investments in non-motorized travel.” Congressman James Oberstar, 2005

12/18
2013

Lessons Learned with Bike Walk Twin Cities

Steve Clark shares his personal takeaways after nearly eight years with the Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program.

12/17
2013

2013 BWTC Count Report Released

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.

12/16
2013

Learning to Pedal with the Community Partners Bike Library

A guest blog from staff at Cycles for Change.

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Featured Events

09/17- 09/17
2014

Optimize Signals for Pedestrians & Bicyclists

Bike Walk Twin Cities is happy to host this APBP webinar at our office, making it available to you for free.

10/15- 10/15
2014

Design Treatments to Transition from Trails to Roadways

Bike Walk Twin Cities is happy to host this APBP webinar at our office, making it available to you for free.

11/19- 11/19
2014

E-bikes, Electric Assist Bikes & Transportation Policy

Bike Walk Twin Cities is happy to host this APBP webinar at our office, making it available to you for free.

12/17- 12/17
2014

Getting to Better Outcomes from Public Engagement

Bike Walk Twin Cities is happy to host this APBP webinar at our office, making it available to you for free.

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