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Sculpture Garden protected bikeway in limbo

Posted April 20, 2015 @ 3:34pm | by Jeremy Bergerson

Last Tuesday, April 14th, the final CAC meeting for the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden reconstruction project took place. The main topic up for discussion was the revisioning of the Cowles Conservatory, which is an important element for the public's experience at the Sculpture Garden, but...

 

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Our Voices Have Influence- Oak St SE Protected Bikeway Report

Posted April 20, 2015 @ 11:58am | by Guest Post

Our Voices Have Influence- Oak St SE Protected Bikeway ReportBy: Brigid McBrideYou certainly forget how many people bike when you’re the sole cyclist on the road and the lanes and bike racks are empty during the quiet and long winter months. However, in light of the beautiful warm weather, student bikers have been flocking to the streets in the...

 

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Now hiring: Community Organizer (bilingual in English-Spanish)

Posted April 19, 2015 @ 10:11am | by Ethan Fawley

Community Organizer Job Description Organization SummaryThe Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition advocates for a city where bicycling is encouraged and everyone feels comfortable riding. The Coalition uses the joy and broad public benefits of bicycling to engage, empower, and mobilize...

 

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Draft Protected Bikeway Plan Calls for 48 new miles!

Posted April 17, 2015 @ 3:36pm | by Ethan Fawley

Draft Protected Bikeway Plan Calls for 48 new miles!For Minneapolis to become a world-class bicycle city, a network of protected bikeways is essential. The draft protected bikeway plan can get us there! A network of protected bikeways--where people biking are separated from cars (and sidewalks) by some sort of physical...

 

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Park Board trails speed limits

Posted April 17, 2015 @ 11:43am | by Ethan Fawley

Park Board trails speed limitsWith lots of discussion this week on the speed limit on the Park Board trails, here are some thoughts:1) The Park Board trails are a big part of making Minneapolis the biking city it is. They are a critical part of the biking system and a critical asset for the entire city.2) The trails...

 

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"Engaging More Women in Bicycling" Women Bike Report

Posted April 14, 2015 @ 10:40am | by Laura Kling

"Engaging More Women in Bicycling" Women Bike ReportThe League of American Bicyclists has a program focused on bike advocacy by women, for women, called Women Bike. Women Bike has been funding organizations doing advocacy, and this report, "Engaging More Women in Bicycling," comes from a grant recipient, Washington Area Bicyclist...

 

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