Short of a crash on northbound Hwy. 100 at Duluth St. that caused problems before 6 a.m., the Twin Cities metro commute has been free--flowing so far.
The roads are dry and the sun is coming up.
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In what has become a seasonal favorite, Canadian Pacific Railroad's Holiday Train has pulled into town, and this year with an expanded schedule.
When the new segment of Hwy. 610 officially opens later today, motorists will finally be able to drive from Hwy. 10/47 in Coon Rapids all the way to Interstate 94 in Maple Grove.
Traffic is flowing freely again on westbound I-694 in Vadnais Heights, but that was not the case earlier.
Two big players in the field of transportation advocacy, outreach, and programming will join forces. Transit for Livable Communities and St. Paul Smart Trips will become one organization starting Jan. 1, officials from both nonprofits announced Wednesday.
The intersection where two Mounds View High School students were killed in a car crash last week will be closed for about 30 minutes Monday afternoon to provide a safe place for people who wish to leave memorials.