Do you live in North Minneapolis? Are you interested in the development of transportation options for North Minneapolis residents?
The North Minneapolis Bicycle Advocacy Council meets every 2nd Sunday from noon until 1:30 p.m. at North Regional Library (1315 Lowry Ave N. Mpls, MN) to discuss local transportation projects and their potential to help address devastating health disparities, provide more opportunities for safe biking and walking, and increase access to recreation amenities such as community gardens, picnic areas, public art, playgrounds, and bring better park & trail access to North Minneapolis.
Image of what 26th Avenue North Greenway could look like
North Minneapolis Bicycle Advocacy Council's next meeting is Sunday, October 12. Our meeting will take place in the Business and Career Center space of North Regional Library. Future meetings will take place in the Conference Room of North Regional Library on the 2nd floor. Our goal is to educate, connect, and empower neighbors. At this meeting, we will be discussing the following topics.
- Celebrating the successful surveying done for the proposed North Minneapolis Greenway project
- Irving and Humboldt Avenues
- Dowling Ave N and bicycle safety
- 26th Ave N amenities for next year's reconstruction project
- Bike lanes on Penn Ave N
- Future of protected bikeways (and connections to downtown) in North Minneapolis
We Need Your Help
Please join us, and please spread the word about this meeting. Please extend an invitation to your friends and neighbors who might be interested in getting involved.
Another way to stay in touch is to like the North Minneapolis Bicycle Advocacy Council on Facebook.