A stalled vehicle is partially blocking the right lane on southbound 494 at 394.
That's the only issue on metro area roads at this hour.
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The race for the White House (and other offices, too) is in the final days. As the election draws near, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is reminding that placing political campaign signs along state highway rights of way is prohibited.
Motorists have used all kinds to tricks to skirt the rules that require those using HOV lanes to have two or more passengers in the vehicle, mannequins, blow up dolls and the like.
Just like Metro Transit, it was a banner year for the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority in terms of State Fair ridership.
The much-anticipated Ryder Cup gets underway this week and with it comes a heads up for motorists: Expect lots and lots of extra traffic in Chaska and Shakopee.
The loudest cheers of the weekend may be outside of Target Field Saturday evening where Metro Transit will throw a party to celebrate being names the Transit System of the Year by the American Public Transportation Association.
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