Professional ResourcesProfessional Resources

Transportation professionals are incredibly diverse, including planners, engineers, architects, landscape architects, transportation researchers, suppliers, advocates, and public health professionals, just to name a few!

There is nobody who knows your field better than you. That's why we're counting on you to help us compile professional resources that can support your work, providing the information and connections you need to make our streets safer and more accessible to all residents. If you have suggestions about resources, links, or other ways to improve this section, please send an email to

Twin Cities Streets for People

Twin Cities Streets for People is a resource connecting people to knowledge, each other, and decision-makers. They focus their efforts on information sharing, community engagement, education and "alternative ideation" - the visioning and imagination of new ways to re-make streets for people.

Bike Walk Twin Cities May 2010 Strategy Session Survey Responses (pdf, 266.84 KB)

Transit for Livable Communities and Bike Walk Twin Cities invited a cross-section of stakeholders to join an important discussion about increased investment in the Twin Cities community through an extension of the federal transportation bill.