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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Amtrak is expanding its bike service to include the Empire Builder, the line that runs between the Twin Cities and east to Milwaukee and Chicago and west to Seattle and Portland.
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