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Minneapolis: Transit should be a 5-minute walk away

On Mar 12, 2020
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By 2030, Minneapolis wants 25% of residents to travel by transit and 25% to travel by walking. https://t.co/WapyrMpZeT
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The Transportation Action Plan intends to get more people out of their cars by 2030 with transit expansion, mobility hubs, green infrastructure and more. 

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On Mar 12, 2020
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By 2030, Minneapolis wants 25% of residents to travel by transit and 25% to travel by walking. https://t.co/WapyrMpZeT
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Minneapolis: Transit should be a 5-minute walk away

The Transportation Action Plan intends to get more people out of their cars by 2030 with transit expansion, mobility hubs, green infrastructure and more. 

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