Friday, February 5, 2016

Five things we can learn from Minneapolis about winter bike friendliness

One of the projects that put Minneapolis on the cycling map, and made a huge difference in the lives of the city’s commuters, was the Midtown Greenway. Basically, it’s a rail trail — it was originally a trenched route for freight trains serving  warehouses and industrial buildings along the route. As the route fell into disuse by the railroad, forward thinking civic leaders recognized the land’s potential for a pathway. Read more.

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