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Rochester airport: If businesses commit to flying local, service should improve

Rochester International Airport officials are hoping area businesses will adopt travel policies that encourage employees to fly out of the regional airport, instead of driving to the Twin Cities...

August 10, 2015

Met Council OKs $250M in cuts to save Southwest light rail line

The Metropolitan Council has voted to approve a new plan for the proposed Southwest light rail line from downtown Minneapolis to Eden Prairie, which includes the elimination of one stop, to trim...

July 08, 2015

Fire chiefs, lawmakers want railroads to release oil train safety plans

Democratic lawmakers and local government officials want railroads that pass through Minnesota to release their oil train disaster emergency plans to the public. They used the second anniversary of...

July 07, 2015

Buses won't stop on Nicollet Mall for at least 2 years as renovation work begins

If you ride the 10, 11, 17, 18, 25, 59 or 568 bus – don’t wait on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis anymore. Starting July 6, the buses that traverse the traditionally shopping-centric...

July 06, 2015

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

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