Tim Harlow

Reporter | Traffic and transportation
Phone: 612-673-7768
Tim covers traffic and transportation issues in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, and likes to get out of the office, even during rush hour.

Recent content from Tim Harlow

Obituary: Kay Sexton, manager of first B. Dalton bookstore, 'could make books happen'

From the time she was old enough to read, Kay Sexton was never far from a book. Her love of...

Updated: October 24, 2014, - 07:30 PM

The Drive: It's prime season for car-deer crashes

Thirty percent of all such wrecks occur in October and November and another 11 percent in December.

Updated: October 20, 2014, - 09:59 AM

Road-salt prices are melting Minnesota agencies' budgets

Prices have risen, but not to the levels seen in Eastern states.

Updated: October 14, 2014, - 11:16 PM

Green Line hits million-rides-a-month mark in September

Metro Transit provided 1.063 million rides on the Green Line during September, the highest monthly total since the 11-mile line...

Updated: October 14, 2014, - 07:10 PM

Crash on EB I-94 created miles-long backup in St. Michael area; now cleared

The accident scene was cleared around 6:45 a.m.

Updated: October 14, 2014, - 08:13 AM

Obituary: Frank Lozar was the heart and soul of Minnesota Brass

These are good times for Minnesota Brass, the all-age drum and bugle corps that is enjoying robust membership and a...

Updated: October 09, 2014, - 07:29 AM

The Drive: Competition helps keep Metro Transit drivers sharp

As I hopped into the driver’s seat, Bus Roadeo judge Mark Kitzerow warned me that driving a Metro Transit bus...

Updated: October 07, 2014, - 03:58 PM

Northbound Hwy. 169 in Shakopee reopens following truck rollover

Traffic was being diverted off onto County Road 21 and created big delays.

Updated: October 06, 2014, - 01:15 PM

I-694 evening commute expected to be better after 5-mile backup this morning

The guardrail repair work is expected to last into the early afternoon hours Tuesday.

Updated: September 30, 2014, - 01:46 PM

MnDOT program pays farmers to use standing corn to keep snow off roads

MnDOT is asking farmers not to mow a few rows; the stalks reduce snow — and snowplowing.

Updated: September 29, 2014, - 09:47 PM

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