Together, we’re fighting to make transit, biking, and walking the easiest and best ways to get around in the Twin Cities and across the state.
September 16, 2022
USDOT Should Require States & Regions to Track Climate Pollution from Transportation
A proposed federal rule would empower state and local leaders to better connect their transportation decisions with climate goals.
September 15, 2022
With Car-Free MSP, Twin Cities Joins Worldwide Movement Inspiring People to Get Around in Sustainable Ways
In the lead-up to 2022 World Car-Free Day, Move Minnesota and partners are teaming up with events and activities to help more people bus, train, bike, walk, and roll!
September 15, 2022
Statewide Mobility Transportation Plan Should Guide MN to a Sustainable, Equitable Future—But Will It?
MnDOT's plan will guide the transportation options available to Minnesotans and the climate and air pollution in our communities for the next 20 years. That's why we're speaking up—and asking you to do the same.
July 29, 2022
Hennepin Ave South Layout Passes Committee
Where bus lanes and bike lanes stand. And what you can do now.
July 2, 2022
Hennepin Ave South Fight Continues
As support for full-time bus lanes continues to build, this is about more than one stretch of road. It's about the future of this city.
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.
May 21, 2022
Path Forward for Full-Time Bus Lanes and Bike Lanes on Hennepin Ave South
Continued progress thanks to advocates and allies! But with challenges still to overcome to make these lanes a reality—we’re ready to keep fighting.
May 5, 2022
Exciting Transportation Bill Passes MN House
Why the House bill is a win for transit, biking, walking, and rolling in Minnesota. And where things stand at the State Capitol with just a few weeks to go this legislative session.