No major problems on the road at this hour.
Look for a little tightening on 94 westbound between Riverside Avenue and 35W in Minneapolis and on 35W southbound between Hwy. 10 and 694.
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The weekend traffic volume on metro area freeways and highways is likely to be heavier than normal as thousands make their way to the Minnesota State Fair and the Vikings' preseason home opener at U.S. Bank Stadium.
For one week only, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will operate a temporary enrollment center for passengers to enroll in the PreCheck program.
Ever since the Minnesota Department of Transportation finished resurfacing Interstate 394 west of Hwy. 100, a number of Drive readers have commented on the lack of lines on the freeway and that those that have been put down are extremely hard to see.
Over the past five years, police have made an average of 2,509 DWI arrests in August, the highest of any month during the year, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
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