The center lane is blocked on northbound 35W with stalls at 42nd Street and 31st Street. Traffic begins to stack up at 50th Street.
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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.
In a survey of 114,000 travelers, MSP ranked third in the category of top large airports, third for shopping and second for dining options.
The weekend calendar is chock full with large events that have the potential to spawn big time traffic jams, especially in downtown Minneapolis where Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pays a rare visit to the state Friday.
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