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St. Paul Drops Parking Meter Proposal On Grand Avenue

Dave Thune of the St. Paul city council believes "the meters just are not a good idea anymore" and will move to drop the proposal.

October 29, 2015

Sun Country

Sun Country Pilots Approve New Contract

The agreement follows years of tense negotiations.

October 29, 2015


Bottineau LRT Price Estimate Jumps $500M

The total price of the project is now expected to be $1.48 billion.

October 29, 2015

With pilot shortage on radar, more aviation students landing in Mankato

The demand for pilots is growing  – and so is the number of aviation students heading to MSU Mankato. The Minnesota State University program is the state’s only four-year bachelor’s...

October 27, 2015

You can now pay-by-smartphone at all Minneapolis parking meters

Motorists looking to park at any on-street meter in Minneapolis can now pay with a smartphone app from anywhere, instead of going to a pay station. The program has been run on a limited basis since...

October 26, 2015

Stop oil trains passing by Target Field during major events, Dayton demands

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton is concerned about the increase in the number of oil trains now passing through Minneapolis following a temporary rerouting. Dayton has written to Carl Ice, CEO of...

October 21, 2015

Record month for Green Line as ridership nears 1.25 million

September was a record month for the Green Line light rail, with total rides taken almost hitting 1.25 million. Metro Transit reports last month set a “new high-water mark” for the $957...

October 14, 2015

MSP Airport is going to be really busy this week

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is going to be busy. The airport calls this week “traditionally one of the busiest weeks of the year,” and says you should plan ahead for...

October 13, 2015


Railroads Want Mandated Safety Upgrade Deadline Pushed Back

Companies say train shipments might have to grind to a halt without an extension, but some argue that railroads are behind due to misguided priorities.

October 12, 2015

Metro Transit will test $1 fare for low-income families

Low-income residents living in the Twin Cities may soon be able to save on transportation costs. Metro Transit is aiming to launch a six-month pilot program Dec. 1 that would allow low-income...

October 08, 2015

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