Monthly Archives: April 2016


April 2016

APR 25, 2016

Duluth News Tribune: Recycling bicycles: Bike Swap moves hundreds of two-wheelers, benefits United Way It's not normal to see hundreds of people waiting for a bicycle shop to open, but [...]

APR 21, 2016

MN Daily: Automated cars could be the new norm With advancing technology and widely available car-sharing services, getting around without your own car is becoming a reality for big-city dwellers. MPR: [...]

Why It’s Time to Invest in Transportation Equity

Transportation equity is about creating multimodal transportation systems that enhance the social and economic environments within communities, specifically those who have been disinvested in historically. Communities of color and low-wealth [...]

Minnesotans Come Together to Advocate for Transportation Funding

We had an amazing Transportation Forward Day at the State Capitol on April 4. Months of volunteer phone banks to drive turnout paid off as over one hundred people gathered to [...]

APR 18, 2016

Austin Daily Herald: Red Bike pedals out In the front of Rydjor Bike Shop and at six racks around town, 30 shiny red bikes are “ready to roll” around the [...]

APR 14, 2016

Austin Daily Herald: Red Bike roll out After months of planning and volunteer work, an Austin bike-sharing program kicks off on Friday. Austin Daily Herald: Get on a bike and [...]

APRIL 11, 2016

Politics in MN: Hope and nope as deadlines pass for small bills Short sessions aren’t kind to small bills. And for lower-profile constituencies that struggle to find a spot in [...]

APR 6, 2016

Bemidji Pioneer: Capitol Chatter: Driverless cars struggle when looking for lane lines Minnesota Senate committee supported a pilot project for vehicles that drive themselves, but on the same day Reuters [...]

MAR 31, 2016

Bemidji Pioneer: Commuter rail extension to St. Cloud wanted The Northstar commuter rail from downtown Minneapolis stops in Big Lake because lawmakers did not think the state had enough money [...]