Discover why inspiring more transit, walking, biking, and rolling is the best move for Minnesota.
June 18, 2022
C Line Tool Kit Shares Information for Bus Riders & Insights from Local Community
Over the past year, Move Minnesota has engaged in community conversations with hundreds of people…
June 3, 2022
Bike Month 2022
May was Bike Month! Move Minnesota celebrated by bringing our Saint Paul community together and reaching out to folks however they’re moving.
April 22, 2022
The fight for better and more comprehensive transit is necessary and right. We will keep fighting at every level of government until our communities have the transit they deserve.
April 13, 2022
Downtown Saint Paul Commuter Survey Results and the Future of Commuting
What a Downtown Saint Paul Commuter Survey says about the pandemic's impact on commuting and how to support evolving transportation needs.
September 29, 2021
New Residential Transit Pass Brings Big Benefits to Twin Cities Renters and Properties
Metro Transit has an innovative new transit pass! The Residential Transit Pass is available exclusively to property managers and building owners—and by extension to local residents in multifamily housing
August 23, 2021
ZAP Twin Cities Program Comes to a Close
This local bike commuting incentive program is ending, but the Twin Cities' love of biking lives on.
June 30, 2021
Custom “Choose How You Move” Guides Meet Unique Needs Along the Green Line
Move Minnesota is working with partners along the Green Line to identify transportation needs and offer new tools like the Choose How You Move Guide to benefit renters, properties, and our communities as a whole.
May 14, 2021
With Better Infrastructure, the Twin Cities Gets Biking
With better bike infrastructure popping up across the Twin Cities, now is a great time to start pedaling - there are community activities, and lots of bike-friendly destinations to explore.
April 29, 2021
Art, Asthma, and The Northside Exhale
We're using art, storytelling, and education to reduce carbon emissions in the northside and connecting community to resources along the C Line to address interconnected equity, public health, and sustainability issues in the area.