Wilder Foundation’s Minneapolis Bike Equity Report (2016) notes that, “In Minneapolis and throughout Minnesota, social and economic conditions vary significantly by neighborhood, often as the result of long-standing policies and historical practices that divest resources away from some communities” (p.5). Communities of color face significant health disparities. In North Minneapolis, where 57% of the population is Black, the city is planning to implement a bicycle boulevard on Queen Avenue by 2021. According to the Bike Equity Report, “…expanding Minneapolis bikeways can improve opportunities for residents to engage in healthy activities and access employment, education, and other community resources” (p.1). The signs, pavement markings, and other traffic calming measures of bicycle boulevards make streets safer for pedestrians and motorists as well.