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Cities agree to cut $250 million from Southwest light rail project

Members of a key advisory board for the Southwest light rail line agreed Wednesday on a $250 million package of cuts, including the elimination of one stop, to trim the project’s ballooning...

July 01, 2015

Polaris Looks To New Off-Road Market Niches

Its latest acquisition opens up a new market segment.

June 29, 2015

PeopleNet's Data Highway

A Minnetonka firm leads the trucking industry’s evolution from cowboys of the road to driven data drones.

June 29, 2015

A Tale Of Two Rails

A rail-improvement project in Duluth is evidence of major changes in the global economy.

June 29, 2015

How would you solve transit problems in metro's vital Riverview Corridor?

The Riverview Corridor is a vital lifeline in the Twin Cities. Each day, it is used by tens of thousands of vehicles and public transit riders to get to and from the Minneapolis suburbs and St...

June 17, 2015


Sun Country Negotiations Won’t Delay Airport Expansion

Wages at MSP will also increase to a minimum of $10 per hour.

June 16, 2015

Green Line turns 1: A look back at the light rail line's first year in service

Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of Metro Transit’s Green Line – and to celebrate, dozens of businesses along the light rail line are handing out discounts and free offers. The week of...

June 14, 2015

Carpe dam: End near for lock and dam on historic St. Anthony Falls

On Tuesday night, the 53-year-old Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock and Dam in Minneapolis will run its final cycle. MPR News reports that, by congressional decree, the lock and dam will close in a...

June 08, 2015

Oil train-truck accident spills only flour, but raises rail safety concerns

Train, semi carrying flour collide near St. Paul Park/Newport border. No injuries. #sowashco — Emily Buss (@TheEmilyB) June 7, 2015 A collision between an oil train and a...

June 07, 2015


Eden Prairie End Of Line Is Likely To Take The Brunt Of Southwest LRT Cuts

Members of the Corridor Management Committee generally accepted a suggestion to scrap two stations in Eden Prairie.

June 04, 2015

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