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Most will motor to their Memorial Day destination, but gas prices remain relatively high.
Met Council says it's unlikely the money will be used.
Trains that run between the downtowns of Minneapolis and St. Paul between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. on weekdays will be replaced by bus service starting in August.
Petition signed by 2,900 delivered to Walz's office.
Arrival of steel rails marks start of construction on the $2 billion light-rail project
The topics varied from sensible to obscure related to the law going into effect Aug. 1.
The B Line could replace the Route 21 bus.
As construction begins on the Southwest light-rail line next week, the fate of the Twin Cities' fourth light-rail project, the Bottineau Blue Line, remains uncertain.
The extra money allows for additional bike and pedestrian amenities, perhaps electric buses.
Up to 2,000 scooters could hit the streets over the next few months.
Cedar Lake, Kenilworth trails will be off-limits to users as early as May 13.
The fate of bike-sharing is still unclear in St. Paul.
Later this month, builders will begin cutting down more than a thousand trees to make way for the $2 billion Southwest Light Rail Transit project, which will connect Minneapolis to Eden Prairie. The removal of trees and thicket on the trail would be a tangible sign construction of the largest public works project in Minnesota history is moving forward.
More than 4,000 scooters are expected to hit Twin Cities streets this summer — double the number from last year.
New bus routes, more police added to try to bolster declining numbers.
In a career spanning nearly five decades, Zimmerman waged battle against legal foes that included Target, the NHL and the Vatican bank.
Lawmaker says it promotes safety, but not everyone agrees.
"What we're seeing this year, which is the same as the last couple of years, is that the spring break travel period gets longer and longer," said Cliff Van Leuven of the TSA. "It hit this week."
The report comes as lawmakers debate transportation funding, possible gas tax hike.
Now the $2 billion project will qualify for federal funding.
Complaints are surging about passengers who light up.
Industry giant BNSF Railway Co. plans to spend about $95 million to improve its freight network in Minnesota this year. Most of the money will…
Commuter rail into downtown Minneapolis now ends in Big Lake.
The environmentally friendly C Line rapid fleet will take to the streets June 8.
After a horrific limousine crash killed 20 people in upstate New York last fall, the Minnesota Department of Transportation assured the public that state regulations…
Pedal-assisted additions will be up and running in Minneapolis this spring.
Met Council will ask Legislature to fund more lines of the popular, convenient service.
As the federal government shutdown drags on, so do the security lines at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
The merger hopes to provide the chamber's 1,400 members with "new transit and mobility options around Minneapolis," according to a statement.
Security officers are needed for busy spring break and summer travel seasons.
The upcoming long weekend and continued shutdown could test the airport and travelers.
15-year general manager Brian Lamb a casualty of Met Council's shake-up.
Transit planners propose alternate locations for the Rush Line's final stop.
1,500 addresses were inadvertently given to three private companies.
A generation of Twin Cities sports fans may recall the football sports predictions of Sue Cox, aka Bronco, on WCCO broadcasts during the 1960s and…
Zelle steered several big projects, but long-term transportation funding uncertain.
A major winter storm moved across Minnesota Thursday morning, beginning delivery of what's expected to be more than a foot of snow in the western and central parts of the state over the next two days.
Motorists are spurred by cheap gas prices; air travel is expected to be up.
MnDOT taps landowners to use "living fences" to improve safety in winter.
The move comes after several high-profile assaults.
The time is right, they say, with new state leaders.
Council taking tentative steps spurred by opening of new C Line rapid bus service in 2019.
But some say new building would have occurred anyway.
MnDOT steps in to help train drone users to fly safely.
Construction of nearly 15-mile line to begin in earnest this winter, with passenger service expected to begin in 2023.
The Met Council awarded a $799 million bid to Lunda/C.S. McCrossan, the lone bidder left in a process that dragged on for more than a year.
Met Council gets a sign that $929 million in federal grant money will be forthcoming, with construction expected to begin this winter.
Some hope Democratic majorities will boost bus and rail funding in the Twin Cities.
The 50th and France Avenue retailer was known for its clothing, shoes, accessories and scarves — the last a Heidman specialty.
Ramsey County prefers terminus at Union Depot to boost it as a transportation hub.
State has beefed up overtime and staffing to handle increased demand.
Some worry about what may be unearthed to make way for the transit line, which is slated to connect downtown St. Paul to MSP and the Mall of America by 2032.
Lori Swanson said a change in the culture around distracted driving is needed.
The St. Paul nonprofit is embracing a future fleet of all-electric vehicles and network of metro-area charging stations in a partnership with the utility company Xcel Energy.
Officials want public input about plans for Rush Line station and park-and-ride.
MSP Airport has been unusually busy this year.
But U.S. officials will again review agency's standing.
The lone bidder to build the 14.5-mile light rail line linking downtown Minneapolis to Eden Prairie is Lunda/C.S. McCrossan.
Transit advocates disagree where the east metro transit line should stop in St. Paul.
Met Council addresses seasonal surge of homeless people seeking shelter.
Adding a daily train viable, study says; funding sought.
The acre-long slash where I-394 ends abruptly at Washington Avenue N. in Minneapolis' hip North Loop neighborhood was weedy roadside.
Program seeks to attract, retain more bus drivers amid shortage.
First blue bikes hit streets Tuesday; 1,500 will be introduced this fall.
Woman's August arrest prompts request for no transit police, no fares.
Reports of separated, waylaid young travelers prompt scrutiny at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Video of the interaction with police was widely circulated online.
Protest is in response to a video showing the arrest of a black passenger.
After two years of renovations, travelers through the historic venue can get a bite to eat.
The medical technology executive helped lead Chaska-based Lake Region Medical, a multimillion-dollar company with close to 2,000 employees, before retiring three years ago.
The Maplewood Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying suspects who spray-painted graffiti on the outside wall of the Islamic Institute of Minnesota's Al-Salam Mosque.
There's support for turning a North Side street into a bikeway, but resident concerns go beyond parking.
State's busiest hub to get $25 million upgrade, first big change in 25 years.
Fuhrmann guided major Twin Cities transit projects for Metro Transit.
Metro Transit says no more regular service cuts are planned, but State Fair service will be altered.