In this edition

  • Join us! 2022 Transportation Summit
  • Celebrating Car-Free MSP 2022
  • ICYMI: Car-Free In the Suburbs Blog
  • Drive Less with Flexpass
  • Invite us to Your Workplace
  • TOD Forum Nov. 10

Announcing the 2022 Transportation Summit

In order for our communities to thrive, people need to be able to move freely and safely no matter their identities.

As we emerge from a global pandemic, racial reckoning​, and historic labor shortages, more workers are holding their employers accountable to recognizing and fostering more equitable and just workplaces that also ensure the freedom of movement.

We’re inviting business and civic leaders to come together and explore how a mobility justice framework can equip and prepare employers to build, attract, and retain a future-ready & resilient workforce. Hear from keynote speaker, Yolanda Davis-Overstreet, a nationally-recognized community leader and champion for mobility justice. Learn more about Yolanda below. Other speakers include Hennepin County Commissioner, Irene Fernando, and Minneapolis College President, Sharon Pierce. Stay tuned for more speaker details.

This is a free event! Join us at The Hennepin, in the heart of the Hennepin Theatre District in Downtown Minneapolis. Breakfast will be provided by Breaking Bread Catering. Register early: seats are limited.

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Meet The Keynote Speaker

Yolanda Davis-Overstreet is a graduate of the Urban Sustainability Master’s Program (USMA) at Antioch University, Los Angeles (2018). Her community service work and consulting fall in the areas of community organizing and mobility justice with a focus on pedestrian safety in communities of color. She is the founder of Ride in Living Color, a bicycling and mobility justice advocacy initiative that was started in 2011. As a woman of color, mother, social and environmental activist, and recently trained in urban sustainability, one of the most vital lessons Yolanda has learned and activated in these transformative years of doing community service work, is that not only does “her” narrative matter, but equally so, the “community narratives” matter. Continue reading Yolanda's mission.

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Celebrating a Successful Car-Free MSP

Car-Free MSP took place between September 1st and September 22nd, 2022. During that time:


Thank you to all who pledged, shared a story, attended an event, and spread the word!

Thank you also to our sponsor Veo!

In Case You Missed It:

Car-Free In the Suburbs

Move Minneapolis staff member Catherine Windyk was asked to cat-sit for friends in Shoreview in the midst of Car-Free MSP. She decided to document her suburban car-free adventures in a blog post featuring donuts, trails, trials, and achievements!

Read the Blog

Drive Less & Still Park When You Need To!

Get 14 Days of Parking for Only $90 With Flexpass!

FlexPass is an innovative monthly parking option for the ABC Ramps that meets the needs of a multi-modal commuters and hybrid work schedules. FlexPass gives the flexibilty to drive less and try other options. Save money on your commute by paying for fewer days of parking, and mixing in transit, bike commuting, or telecommuting.


  • Only available at Ramp A
  • 14 days of parking per month
  • In and out privileges 
  • Event parking allowed (Twins, Timberwolves, Lynx, concerts)

Save Money

FlexPass costs less than a standard monthly parking contract at Ramp A. If hybrid schedules bring you downtown only a few days a week, Flexpass adjusts to your schedule.

Park When You Need It

Get 14 guaranteed parking days each month in Ramp A and use other transportation or work-from-home for the remaining days per week.

Register Today!

Pay a reduced rate for fewer parking days with FlexPass!

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What can we do for your workplace?

Recent in-person employee events at Federal Reserve Bank, Wells Fargo, and Bulter Square

A stressfree commute translates to a happy workforce – Move Minneapolis can help your staff get there. Let us share our transportation expertise. Move Minneapolis provides the tools to make commuting fast, earth friendly, and easy! Invite us to your next employee benefits, health & wellness, lunch & learn, or resource fair.


Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Forum: TOD and Public Health

Join the Metro Transit Office of Transit-Oriented Development Thursday, Nov 10 at 8:30 - 10:30 am at the Be the Match auditorium for an engaging discussion about the relationship between transit-oriented development and public health.

Speakers from the public sector, advocacy community, and academia will share their perspectives on how creating more dense, walkable, transit-oriented neighborhoods can impact public health, the importance of centering public health in planning and projects, and why public health should be central to housing and transportation planning conversations.

Light refreshments, registration and networking will start at 8:30am. Presentations will begin at 9:00am, followed by a Q&A. The Be the Match auditorium is located at 500 North 5th Street, Minneapolis, MN, 55401. Proof of vaccination is required for entry. Registration is required (register for FREE below).


Yingling Fan, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs

Denise P. Engen, Principal Planning Analyst (Healthy Communities Planning), Hennepin County Housing and Economic Development

Nissa Tupper, Transportation and Public Health Planning Director in the Office of Sustainability and Public Health at MNDOT

Elissa Schufman, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Move MN

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