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Where Might There be Protected Bikeways by 2020?

Posted July 23, 2014 @ 9:12am | by Ethan Fawley

Where Might There be Protected Bikeways by 2020?The City of Minneapolis is updating its Bike Plan to include protected bikeways. The goal of this update is to create an action plan for adding at least 30 new miles of protected bikeways by 2020....

 

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Dinkytown Greenway Final Stage Grand Opening

Posted July 20, 2014 @ 3:32pm | by Ethan Fawley

Dinkytown Greenway Final Stage Grand OpeningToday more than 150 people came out to celebrate the completion of the Dinkytown Greenway. The final stage--which connects 2nd Street in Downtown to Bridge 9 through a tunnel under the 35W...

 

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Drive-Through for Bikes

Posted July 14, 2014 @ 3:54pm | by Hōkan

The Affinity Plus Credit Union branch at 2520 University Avenue SE has several drive-through lanes for motorists, one of which now doubles as a designated bike thru lane.I talked with Amber...

 

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We're hiring a Community Organizer

Posted July 11, 2014 @ 11:25am | by Ethan Fawley

We're Hiring a Community OrganizerPosition SummaryThe Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition seeks a full-time Community Organizer to support the Bikeways for Everyone campaign and related...

 

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Your Chance to Be a Part of Central Avenue Open Streets!

Posted July 9, 2014 @ 11:04am | by Beth

Your Chance to Be a Part of Central Avenue Open Streets!Open Streets cannot be stopped! First Northside Greenway, then Lyndale Avenue, and now Open Streets MPLS is rolling into Northeast on July 27th. We are just three weeks out from transforming...

 

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SWLRT Agreement and Biking

Posted July 8, 2014 @ 2:13pm | by Ethan Fawley

SWLRT Agreement and BikingToday (July 8), the City and Metropolitan Council announced a tentative agreement that would allow the Southwest Light Rail corridor to move forward. A public hearing is scheduled for tonight and...

 

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