The best way to ensure your ride is safe and fun is to follow the law and a few best practices. Below is a select list of bicycling laws in Minnesota and best practices for riding in the Twin Cities area. Failure to follow the law can result in a citation that may go on your driving record. Bikes, like cars, are vehicles and people riding bikes must follow the same traffic laws as people driving other vehicles with some exceptions. Right to the road: People on bikes may use any lane on any street except prohibited highways and freeways and are not required to use bike lanes.
Laws for motor vehicle drivers Pass bikes at a safe distance: Motor vehicle drivers must pass people riding bikes at a safe distanceno less than three feet. After waiting an unreasonable amount of time, a person riding a bike may proceed through the light after yielding to all cross traffic. What is the plan for First Responders: do cit have robotic equipment or are Twin city signal asking them to risk nuclear radiation? Studies of bus-only lanes in other cities show similar results. For example, in Arlington, Mass.
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But, in their quiet Midwestern way, they have built one of the best transit systems in the country. Downtown Minneapolis is the largest hub of the regional transit system.
Target field is also the end of the Northstar commuter rail line. The commuter rail platform  offers nice view of trains entering and leaving the station and of light rail trains passing overhead. Nicollet Mall  is a 12 block transit mall, just completely rebuilt and definitely worth a visit.
The skywalks , open 7 days a week, offer an overhead view. The mall carries 8 different local bus routes. Some routes end at the north end of the mall, and some at the south end, so there are free buses in both directions, with one set of routes free northbound and another set free southbound. Downtown is also the hub of a large regional commuter bus network. Many of these routes use Marquette and Second Avenue .
When in full operation at weekday rush hour, the streets have two bus lanes only in one direction, with two regular traffic lanes in the opposite direction Buses stop every other block, and each block has 4 bus bays, marked with letters. The bus choreography, and crowds of riders, are fascinating to watch.
Most of the route runs alongside Hiawatha Avenue, a partially grade separated highway. The Martin Olav Sabo Bridge  takes the Midtown Greenway above the line, with spectacular views of light rail and the downtown skyline.
The elevated Lake Street-Midtown  station has a nice view of Downtown from the platforms, adjacent transit-oriented development, and busy crosstown bus stops.
Minnehaha Regional Park offers another nice view of the line and a great urban waterfall. The Bloomington Central stop  has new development centered on a new park. At Prospect Park station , where the train turns onto University, a huge concrete grain elevator anchors one end of the station, and new mixed use development the other, with a community garden in between and a landmark water tower in the skyline. Just north of the station, the light rail runs alongside a very unusual transit facility: a dedicated busway along rail right of way that is used by shuttle buses that connect the University of Minnesota main campus.
To the Saint Paul campus 3 miles away. Raymond Avenue station  has a photogenic cluster of old warehouses turned into lofts. A brand new soccer stadium was built on the site of an old bus barn, and the surrounding strip malls are planned to be redeveloped as TOD. Central Station  — cutting diagonally across a city block -- is major bus transfer point. The Green Line stops in front of the historic Union Depot , completed in and restored in The Metro bus network is one of the best in the country — the Twin Cities are one of the places where riding the bus seems normal.
The neighborhoods south of Downtown Minneapolis, built around streetcar lines and now served by frequent buses, are still transit-friendly. The center straddles the street so buses do need to go out of their way to stop.
At 46th Street , a station in the median of the IW, which is in a trench here, allows buses to stop without leaving the HOV lanes in the center of the freeway. Local buses stop on the street above for easy connections. The Midtown Greenway  is an amazing bike facility, passing under the streets of Minneapolis in the trench of an abandoned rail line. Frequent ramps connect to the surrounding neighborhoods and the new development that has sprung up along the path.
At Midtown Global Market, a reused Sears building, a bike store opens directly onto the path. Getting around. The NiceRide bikeshare system has great coverage in Minneapolis. Unfortunately, it no longer covers Saint Paul. Getting there. The Blue Line runs from the airport to Downtown Minneapolis.
The 54 offers direct service from the airport to Downtown St. Paul Union Depot on the light rail Green Line once a day in each direction on its way from Chicago to Seattle and back.
Paul pm, and departs St Paul at am. There are also multiple intercity buses to both of those cities.
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