strives to establish bicycle friendly culture and infrastructure in Saint Paul, Minnesota through
thoughtful public participation and a strong network of cyclists, politicians and interested
citizens working for positive change.
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In recent news:
This summer, the city is proposing to stripe bike lanes on Cleveland Avenue between Highland Parkway and Summit Avenue as called for in the Saint Paul Bikeways Plan. It would be done as part of an upcoming street repaving project. There’s a description of the project and parking study on the city’s website at– http://stpaul.gov/index.aspx?NID=5690
The SPBC and Women On Bikes recently wrote a letter to City Council Members, County Commissioners, and City/County Public Works Staff regarding these proposed bike lanes. It focuses on the Randolph and Cleveland intersection. You can read a PDF of the letter at–
From 6:30am until 9:30am, the SPBC will be hosting free coffee and snacks and (hopefully) tuneups for bike commuters in the main North Plaza of Union Depot in Saint Paul. It’s located on 4th Street, across from the LRT station, between Sibley and Wacouta Streets. If it’s raining, we’ll be inside in the main (Headhouse) lobby. You can download a legal size PDF poster for the event at http://www.saintpaulbicyclecoalition.org/B2w_day_poster_legal_size_revis.pdf or a tabloid size poster at http://www.saintpaulbicyclecoalition.org/B2w_day_poster_tabloid_size_revis.pdf