Walkable, Bikeable, Swimmable, Ignorable

Minneapolis goals equate biking and walking with swimming.  Does Minneapolis aim to treat swimming as a serious mode of transportation?  Or does Minneapolis consider biking and walking a form of recreation, similar to swimming?

2 comments on “Walkable, Bikeable, Swimmable, Ignorable

  1. Thomas Lindsay says:

    I live along the river and I work along the river. I’d totally swim to work IF it weren’t so hard to get to the waterfront in SE Minneapolis. Oh, and if it weren’t really cold. And upstream. And if I weren’t such a lousy , slow swimmer. Oh, and if I had somewhere to put my keys and lunch while swimming to work. But if it weren’t for that, I’d be solid.

  2. LM says:

    It is illegal to swim in Minneapolis. You can and will be cited for swimming across say, Cedar Lake.

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