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A local think tank put forth ideas to break the Capitol stalemate on a fractious issue.
Metro Transit sent 12 people to Houston this month to research how transit operated amid the Super Bowl at NRG Stadium and festivities leading up…
Car-sharing taxes here are among the highest in nation.
With financial aid from the feds and CTIB, the line should open up in 2021.
Minnesota and other states struggle to rein in inattentive drivers.
As more are distracted behind the wheel, plow crashes with cars are up this season.
Construction expected to begin in 2018.
CTIB has helped to attract $1.5 billion in federal transit funding.
Experts disagree whether TSA needs to change rules for checking guns.
Blamed for the decline — the drop in gas prices and ongoing construction on the Nicollet Mall.
The agency knows "you can't arrest your way out of this situation," but faces a seemingly insoluble societal challenge.
Work to begin next year on 14.5-mile line linking Minneapolis, Eden Prairie.
Regional planning body prefers sales tax over fare increases as it confronts $89 million gap.
To some, a high-speed rail line financed by Chinese and other private investors is an exquisite dream. To others, it's folly.
Initiative intended to bolster the socially, economically disadvantaged.
No decision was made at Thursday's meeting of the Counties Transit Improvement Board, but the debate will continue as member counties decide the next steps.
For now, the Met Council will cover the overrun, which brings the total cost to $10.6 million.
Workers object to annual proficiency review recertification exam simulations as too different from actual threats. The agency calls it "fair and representative."
Transportation study looks at reopening dead-end streets, encouraging mass transit.
Popular car-sharing service says state taxes too high.
City officials cite location near oil refinery, recent truck-rail collision.
Most people struggle to find a career they love, or even a job they just like. James Raymond Zosel, of Minneapolis, enjoyed four careers throughout…
After testy hearings, new rules ready to be OK'd.
Drivers are learning to maneuver through spots with new traffic design.
The Department of Public Safety's Driver and Vehicle Services Division says it is offering voluntary overtime to employees and hiring temporary help.
Airport's operator says it wants to balance needs of taxis, ride-sharing firms.
He seeks at least $350,000 from Metro Transit over alleged attack.
Assaults on drivers have reached epidemic levels, their union says. No easy fix exists.
Extra funds are needed because the state did not fully fund the controversial LRT project.
The extra funds are part of a last-minute funding patch intended to keep the controversial $1.9 billion project afloat.
A pilot from Rochester helps scientists track potentially toxic blooms of algae as part of a NASA effort.
Last week, the U.S. Department of Transportation reported that consumer complaints about airline service nationwide declined 12.2 percent the first six months of this year, when compared with the same period last year.
The project can move forward, but the fate of $12 million in state funding is unclear.
Union trying to organize workers plans walkout on an unspecified date.
Despite bipartisan backing from Minneapolis and south metro officials, project faces a murky future.
Hennepin County rail board will pay about $150 million for Blue Line extension; state's share is still uncertain.
The board is fractured by possible defections and criticism that call into question the metro area's blueprint for transit — and how to fund it.
Planners need to find $135 million in local money.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission is exploring ways to accommodate new transportation choices.
If the Counties Transit Improvement Board doesn't approve its $45 million share for the Orange Line, it's unclear that the project can move forward.
Capt. James W. Borden's childhood dream was to fly airplanes — one he fulfilled many times over as an adult flying for Northwest Airlines for…
$1.54B project would connect Minneapolis to Brooklyn Park.
Legislators looking at a range of tax breaks for Minnesotans and new spending.
Having a job is great, if you can get there. A recent University of Minnesota study found a “serious disconnect” between unemployed workers and…
The $40 million increase for Bottineau line is much smaller than last year's leap of nearly $500 million.
At a news conference before the A Line rapid bus opened along Snelling Avenue, Metro Transit General Manager Brian Lamb called the new service “historic.”…
Dakota County objected that it was paying too much into the regional body, which funds transit projects including light-rail and bus rapid transit, and wasn't getting enough back.
Plantings will fortify the migration route of the iconic butterfly, which has been in a steep decline.
The county is threatening to withdraw its tax money.
Federal officials say wait times are dropping after disastrous spring and early summer.
The $27 million A Line, which speeds service in St. Paul, is one of a dozen rapid bus lines planned for the metro.
When checkpoint wait times at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport stretched to an hour or more during spring break, the agency that runs the airport decided…
So far, $130 million has already been spent on the line linking Minneapolis and Eden Prairie.
While the battle raged at the Legislature this session over the controversial Southwest light-rail line, another rail project in Minnesota quietly hit an important milestone…
"We're collaborating and taking an all-hands-on-deck approach," said MAC spokesman Patrick Hogan. "The goal is to enable the TSA to maximize use of its own employees for screening purposes."
A federal judge ruled that the council must turn over documents related to negotiations involved in choosing the route, which a Minneapolis group opposes.
In three decades of leading the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Jeff Hamiel has seen all sorts of drama.
The largest airline at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is so worried about long lines at security checkpoints that it has offered up workers at no cost to the federal government.
The governor still would appoint all 17 members.
Powerful Twin Cities business interests have entered the fray at the State Capitol, asking legislators to fund a critical piece of project.
Minnesota Islamic leader said he is hopeful that trust can be rebuilt.
I grew up in a small town and always walked or rode my bike to school. I don’t recall taking the bus until I was…
The nearly three-year-old Red Line, the Twin Cities' first bus-rapid transit line that links the Mall of America to the southern suburbs, is about to get a much-needed tuneup.
Assistant federal security director said he was pressured by his supervisor, and Rep. Keith Ellison seeks an investigation.
Sure, Carl A. Dahlquist was a pioneer in adhesive research and a member of 3M’s prestigious Carlton Society, which has recognized the Maplewood-based company’s most-distinguished…
Senator says nearly $900 million in federal dollars will go away if the state does not fund its share of the project.
MnDOT warns motorists to be alert during construction season.
Brian Ryks moves up from his position at the Grand Rapids, Mich., airport.
Project at risk if the Legislature won't agree to provide $135M to add to federal funds.
Our long-standing love affair with the automobile was renewed in 2015, challenging the notion that millennials and baby boomers are embracing public transit, bikes and car-sharing.
A group of residents and transit activists from the St. Cloud area rolled into Target Field station on the Northstar commuter rail Thursday morning with plans to lobby state legislators to extend the train all the way to St. Cloud.
Cities along the line granted consent to move forward.
Brian Ryks is poised to succeed longtime chief Jeff Hamiel, who's retiring.
The settlement will help MPR address the impact of the light-rail line on its own, an effort that could involve replacing equipment, further sound and vibration mitigation and finding alternate studio locations, MPR said.
The move follows a controversy over a plate that offended many with a reference to Muslims.
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