Walking Saint Paul

Saint Paul Pedestrian Plan

Saint Paul is a walking city. We are more healthy, resilient, and connected because walking is safe and appealing for all.


Walkers Walking

Final Public Hearing on Pedestrian Plan Adoption

The Saint Paul Planning City Council will hold a public hearing on the draft Saint Paul Pedestrian Plan on June 5, 2019. Please share your thoughts about the plan with the City Council. This is the final opportunity to provide comments on the plan.

Hearing Details

June 5, 2019

3:30 p.m. City Council Chambers, Third Floor, City Hall

15 West Kellogg Boulevard, Saint Paul, 55102

Written comments can be submitted to Contact-Council@ci.stpaul.mn.us

Draft Plan Materials

Supporting Materials

A steering committee guided the pedestrian plan's development. Click to read steering committee meeting materials and supporting documentation for the plan.

We held an open house on November 14, 2018 to share preliminary plan materials and gather feedback on our work. A recording of the presentation and a summary of open house comments  are available. 

Over 65 individuals and six organizations submitted comments on the draft plan during the official public comment period (December 15, 2018 - February 11, 2019). City staff prepared a response to comments and revised the draft plan accordingly. Revisions were approved by the Saint Paul Transportation Committee and Saint Paul Planning Commission.

Stop for Me

Watch our Crosswalk Safety Video

Minnesota law requires drivers to stop for people crossing the street at intersections. This year, as part of Saint Paul’s annual “Stop For Me” pedestrian safety campaign, Saint Paul police will be conducting extra enforcement at crosswalks. The City has partnered with the Minnesota Department of Transportation and University of Minnesota in a study to build awareness of pedestrian safety and measure how frequently motorists stop for pedestrians in Saint Paul. Research shows that currently only three in ten drivers in Saint Paul stop for people crossing the streets at crosswalks. The City of Saint Paul is working to promote safe crossing behaviors among the public while University of Minnesota researchers monitor several crosswalks in Saint Paul for improved driver compliance throughout the summer. Learn more:

Related links:
Pedestrian and Bike Crash Data
Safe Routes to School
Mayor's Advisory Committee - People with Disabilities
Exploring Future Mobility Options