Thought that was part of the Downtown Council's jurisdiction (at least I know of a non-profit that worked with them to coordinate an event in the skyways).Couldn't Minneapolis put together some sort of fund/task force to standardize the skyways and make them more useful? (increased and consistent hours, more and better street-skyway connections, ect.)
I think the hours are more mostly consistent now, perhaps aside from Macy's (which of course is a hub) which isn't open after store close (even though it's open before the store in the morning).
Street connections are unfortunately a loaded topic, as certain business interests are concerned they will bring in the wrong people (which is super racist). There was a MinnPost article about what happened to the enhanced street connection that was supposed to be added as part of the Mall renovation but got dropped.