In Review: Legislative Session 2024

In Review: Legislative Session 2024

The 2024 Minnesota State Legislative Session ended. We made progress in all of our legislative priorities this year and will continue to advocate for legislation that did not move forward in 2025.

A Guide to MnDOT’s Olson Memorial Highway Survey

A Guide to MnDOT’s Olson Memorial Highway Survey

MnDOT is now taking feedback on four initial project designs for the future of Olson Memorial Highway in Minneapolis. Thanks to community support, these include options that would restore a walkable main street in the Near North. Here is what you need to know when filling out the survey and how you can support the movement to Bring Back 6th.

Traffic Cameras Don’t Address the Root Cause of our Road Safety Crisis

Traffic Cameras Don’t Address the Root Cause of our Road Safety Crisis

We want to reiterate our position and concerns on traffic cameras and automated enforcement as the City of Minneapolis advocates for their legalization.

The City of Minneapolis is advocating for a bill to legalize automated traffic enforcement in Minnesota, and seeks to implement a pilot program as soon as “traffic safety cameras” are legalized. To inform a potential pilot and future program, the City is hosting open house information sessions to share information and collect resident feedback.

A Year of Progress Toward Transportation Equity

A Year of Progress Toward Transportation Equity

As the year draws to a close, we are taking a moment to reflect on the remarkable journey we’ve been on in 2023. It has been a year of challenges, triumphs, and, most importantly, progress in our mission to make our streets places where people can easily and comfortably walk, bike, roll, and use public transit.

Make the Midtown Greenway Accessible for All

Make the Midtown Greenway Accessible for All

Hennepin County is now creating potential design options, which will be released in early 2024. Now is an important time to make your voice heard.Hennepin County is working to improve access to the Midtown Greenway. There is currently no ADA-compliant entrance to the Greenway in the Whittier neighborhood. The county has identified an existing path through the Soo Line Garden, a community garden on land owned by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB), which it intends to adapt into an accessible ramp.

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