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Faux cabin gives travelers pre-flight experience and employees training opportunities.
Trains, buses and other services all saw increases.
One resident warns: "This will be another Rondo."
Autonomous pod operates in downtown Rochester.
Job fair hopes to help hire 700 employees to meet the surge.
House, Senate disagree on money, policy.
State lawmakers are pushing to compensate homeowners after cracks were found in the walls and floors of the towers.
Decision reflects local opposition to the $475 million bus rapid transit project.
Project comes after first attempt at resurfacing last year came up bumpy.
Hiring challenges, legislative uncertainty have crimped safety efforts.
Construction of the Southwest light-rail line in the Kenilworth corridor of Minneapolis was a "small contributable factor" that led to cracks in parts of the Cedar Isles condominiums, according to an email sent to homeowners.
Unionized workers at New Flyer fighting for better pay, benefits.
Unique design has attracted accolades — but has problems with flooding and cracking.
Results will help Met Council improve service, plan lines.
Planners are hopeful federal funds will come through.
The numbers going through the airport this week may be the most since 2019, officials said.
Pioneering labor leader fought to increase minimum wage.
Gov. Walz also supports a look at the project's costs, delays.
Public service announcements are made by contest winners.
$475 million bus rapid transit line would connect downtown St. Paul to White Bear Lake by end of 2026.
Construction of a tunnel for light-rail trains along the Kenilworth corridor has been halted for nearly six weeks as a result.
Probe will explore issues dogging controversial transit project
As flight attendants and other passengers endure sexual assaults and "mask disputes," two local victims are suing alleged perpetrators — and their employers.
Water main broke near Calhoun Isles complex in Minneapolis.
Electric cars and truck owners don't pay gas taxes but do contribute to road upkeep in other ways. Some think the state's policies need to change.
The former Metro Transit official has been the subject of an internal investigation involving a nonprofit.
COVID, changing work patterns affect ridership.
Lawmaker: Met Council not capable of handling project
Met Council is investigating problems, which Calhoun Isles condo residents have feared as a result of the LRT project.
There's bipartisan support for probe, but GOP wants project halted during audit.
They claim rules at some concessions are random and potentially unsafe.
Sen. Scott Newman called the $2.75B project a "boondoggle of historic proportions."
Air travel appears to be trending strongly so far this year.
The announcement that it'll be finished four years later and cost millions more ends a year of silence about the cost and timeline of the extension of the Green Line that will link downtown Minneapolis to Eden Prairie.
Tunnel, crash wall, Eden Prairie station all caused price tag to surge.
A majority of commissioners at Wednesday's meeting asked the Metropolitan Council to compensate the Park Board for closing the Cedar Lake Parkway through the end of 2022.
Metro Mobility customers have been asked to limit requests to essential trips.
Acquisition involving two freight rail giants could mean that service will begin sooner than expected.
Rollout of the new wireless service has been pushed back to find ways to minimize impact.
Current plant dates back to 1955.
Believe it or not, one of the snowiest cities in the state has never declared a snow emergency.
Turo is now welcome at MSP, but not at many large airports around the country.
Bridge on 10th Av. spans Midtown Greenway
No deaths or serious injuries were reported amid snowy conditions.
Tamara Vandermoon's death is the 95th homicide in the city this year.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is expecting numbers on peak days to nearly double 2020 levels.
Blaze occurred at site near Hamline University on Wednesday.
Members of the International Union of Operating Engineers could strike as early as Jan. 25.
Community members encouraged to participate
Daily TSA screenings could reach 37,000 passengers, still short of pre-pandemic highs up to 45,000
But opponents of the Purple Line in the east metro question the need for it.
Members include snowplow operators and those who maintain runways, streets.
Over union objections, the council approved a $7.7 million contract with a Florida company to do the work.
Amid pandemic and shift to remote work, new route's focus goes beyond commuting.
No one was seriously injured during brawl in Terminal 2.
Work on LRT cars may be outsourced to Louisiana
In a sure sign of pandemic-related weariness, thousands of Minnesotans are expected to take to the skies and highways to celebrate Thanksgiving this week — despite a concerning uptick in COVID-19 cases throughout the state.
Here's what you need to know.
About half of the storied bike path was repaved, but some aren't happy with results.
Work is part of an effort to improve safety on public transit.
Another four incumbents who supported the policing overhaul were re-elected.
Pay bump recognizes their work during the pandemic.
A disagreement over finances has flared up between the Metropolitan Council and Anoka County, which has balked at paying some of Northstar commuter rail's operating expenses due to the line's plunging ridership.
DFL lawmakers pledge to push for a more detailed probe.
Tour focused on Kenilworth Corridor, featuring a half-mile tunnel.
Passenger levels at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport are expected to be higher than last year, though not at pre-pandemic highs, during the annual MEA conference break for Minnesota educators and students.
MAC moves to have discriminatory covenants removed from the books.
The B Line will largely replace Route 21, the slowest bus route in Metro Transit's system, and the second busiest. It will also connect to the Blue and Green light rail line.
A successful trial lawyer for 45 years with the powerhouse Minneapolis-based firm who often represented the titans of the Twin Cities business community, Dorsey valued and nurtured relationships.
Once known as the Rush Line, the project would connect Union Depot to White Bear Lake.
MnDOT piloting a distinctive shuttle in Rochester's core.
Once-eager Robbinsdale now worries that new path would cut city in half.
Project features new bridges, ramps, transit station, bike and pedestrian upgrades.
But as delta variant spreads, future outlook remains unclear.
Nearly three-quarters of passengers say that's their concern, too, a poll finds.