If you've driven or biked around downtown Minneapolis in the last week, you've probably noticed some new traffic patterns.
Hennepin and First Avenues are no longer one-way. And drivers on First Ave. are now expected to park in what appears to be the middle of the street. They can't pull right up to the curb anymore, because there's now a bike lane there.
MPR's Phil Picardi spoke to Shaun Murphy, who coordinates planning for non-motorized transportation in the city of Minneapolis.