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04/24
2013

Are you seeing more women on bicycles?

It appears that the percentage of women cyclists as a share of the total number of bicyclists has dropped.

04/24
2013

Saint Paul Residents Come Out in Full Force to Discuss Marshall Avenue

Community members weighed options for improving Saint Paul's Marshall Ave.

04/23
2013

A Walking Revolution: A Practical Way to Make Americans Happier and Healthier is Right Under our Feet

The next big healthcare breakthrough comes from a place you'd least expect.

03/28
2013
03/27
2013

The Skinny on Sidewalk Riding

One of their greatest fears when using a sidewalk was being struck by a bicyclist.

03/27
2013

Bicycle mode share up to 11 percent in Minneapolis

Data collected by Bike Walk Twin Cities in September 2012 observed that bicyclists constitute 11 percent of people using the roadway

03/27
2013

Bridges Out of Poverty

TLC/BWTC recently hosted Bridges Out of Poverty, a workshop that examines economic class as a lens of interaction.

 

03/01
2013

2012 BWTC Count Data Show Continued Increase in Walking and Bicycling Transportation

BWTC has just released the 2012 Bike Walk Twin Cities Pedestrian and Bicycle Count Report.

02/21
2013

MnDOT Leaders Consider Draft Complete Streets Policy

MnDOT is working toward Complete Streets policy adoption in 2014.  

02/18
2013

Six Takeaways from the New Partners for Smart Growth Conference

Joan Pasiuk's takeways from the New Partners for Smart Growth Conference.

12/13
2012
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Infrastructure Solutions for Increased Walkability

TLC/BWTC is developing a new leadership training program for Twin Cities residents who want to improve walkability in their communities.

12/12
2012

Winter Bicycling with Edina resident, Kirk Johnson

Eight years ago, Kirk Johnson sold his car-a MINI Cooper-and bought parts to make a fixed-gear bicycle.

12/12
2012
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Bicycling Means Better Business

"Biking is definitely part of our strategy to attract and retain businesses in order to compete in a mobile world," - Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak

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