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Shippers are having trouble hauling their full cargo loads on Lake Superior because water levels are well below their monthly averages.
The Department of Transportation’s plan to complete $1.1 billion worth of road construction projects this year may cause heavy delays and traffic this summer.
According to the building’s owner, the complexity of connecting the depot’s tracks to the freight railroads that surround the complex accounts for the delay.
The Twin Cities & Western Railroad and public officials are engaged in a stare-down that calls into question the future of the area’s biggest transit project, Southwest LRT.
The airplane manufacturer appointed Pat Waddick, a longtime employee and chief engineer of the company’s original aircraft, as president.
The area surrounding the Bakken rock formation has seen a spike in oil production in recent years, bringing both job seekers and businesses to the area—including some with local ties.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport garnered 18.3 percent of votes cast by travel agent owners, managers, and agents across the country.
Stan Gadek is being replaced on an interim basis by Vice President and General Counsel John Fredericksen.
Enhanced buses would operate with pre-boarding payment and access through any door to speed up exit and entry at stops.
The company’s fourth-quarter earnings per share, announced Tuesday, were slightly lower than what analysts were expecting—and its CEO acknowledged that C.H. Robinson is off to a slow start this year in its North American trucking logistics business.
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