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  • The Twin Cities Boulevard Coalition Continues to Grow
    Six new community organizations have signed on to the Twin Cities Boulevard sign-on letter. We are grateful for the support of Sustain St. Paul, Hamline-Midway Coalition, St. Anthony Park Community Council, Union Park District Council, Neighborhoods First! and Transition Town All St. Anthony Park and look forward to working together to make the Twin Cities […]
  • Ask Minneapolis & St. Paul City Leaders to Apply for Federal Funds to Study the Twin Cities Boulevard
    Federal funding to study an I-94 highway-to-boulevard conversion is on the table this summer. The 2021 federal infrastructure bill (Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act) included the creation of the Reconnecting Communities Pilot Program. This program provides $1 billion over a 5 year period to reconnect communities that were divided and disproportionately harmed by the construction of […]
  • Register for the Twin Cities Boulevard Accountability Forum!
    Click here to register for the virtual forum. Join us on Tuesday, July 19 as we call on MnDOT Commissioner Nancy Daubenberger, Minneapolis and St. Paul city leaders and Rethinking I-94 project decision makers to take steps toward repairing I-94’s harms and making the Twin Cities Boulevard a reality. This includes asking for a public […]
  • MnDOT commits to including a highway-to-boulevard conversion in the Rethinking I-94 project options
    On Friday, May 6, 2022, Minnesota Department of Transportation Interim Commissioner Nancy Daubenberger sent an email committing to including a highway-to-boulevard conversion in the Rethinking I-94 project alternatives. The full letter is embedded below. This is a critically important step. Project alternatives are the different project options that MnDOT will consider as part of the […]
  • Announcing the Twin Cities Boulevard Sign-on Letter
    On March, 2 2022, Our Streets Minneapolis announced a sign-on letter for organizations to share their support of the Twin Cities Boulevard. We are grateful for the support of the Sierra Club North Star Chapter, MN350, Move Minnesota, Health Professionals for a Healthy Climate, the Saint Paul Bicycle Coalition and the Midtown Greenway Coalition and […]
  • A successful launch to the Twin Cities Boulevard canvassing program
    On Saturday, February 26, we kicked off the Twin Cities Boulevard canvassing program at Murphy Square in Cedar-Riverside. Thank you to MN350’s transit justice team, Minneapolis City Council Member Robin Wonsley Worlobah and all of the volunteers who joined us to help make the Twin Cities Boulevard a reality. Together we knocked over 500 doors! […]