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Lawsuit: Light Rail line that doesn't exist yet will be too loud

Is the Green Line light rail extension too loud? One lawsuit is arguing yes – even though it doesn’t exist yet, and still doesn’t have funding. The federal suit over the Southwest Light...

May 19, 2016

What's that we hear? Some of MSP Airport's loudest planes are retiring

If you live near the airport’s flight path, chances are you’ve heard the roar of planes soaring over your house. Last summer, there were 12,000 noise complaints around the airport in...

May 17, 2016

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If MN Raises Tab Fees For Transportation, How Does It Work And Who Pays?

Everything you ever wanted to know about the policy — and politics — of Minnesota's vehicle tab fees.

May 17, 2016

Let's make a deal: Will lawmakers finally agree on how to pay for road and bridges fixes?

Hoping lawmakers can finally come to an agreement, Gov. Mark Dayton Monday outlined two proposals to fund the state’s failing roads and bridges. Both Republicans and Democrats have said...

May 16, 2016

Could not making people pay to check bags help shorten long airport lines?

As the busy summer travel season nears, suggestions for how to make long airport security lines move faster are pouring in. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is one of the airports that...

May 12, 2016


Delta Offers To Help Speed Up Security At MSP Airport

The airline wants to reduce wait times before peak summer travel.

May 12, 2016

Legislators consider concessions and compromises over transportation funding

State legislators talked concessions and compromise on Friday over transportation funding, an issue left on the table last year. The DFL offered to reduce their proposed gas tax from 16 cents per...

May 07, 2016

Feds will investigate airport security official's claim of Somali-American profiling

A federal agency has opened an investigation after a Minneapolis airport security official testified he was told to profile Somali-Americans. The Office of Inspector General with the Department of...

May 05, 2016

We know airport security lines are long, and we're trying to fix it, agency says

A busy summer travel season is approaching – and that means long lines at the airport. Which actually might be nothing new, as airports around the country have been plagued by lengthy wait times at...

May 04, 2016

Gov. Dayton creates new position to oversee rail safety

Amid growing concern surrounding rail safety, Governor Mark Dayton has appointed Alene Tchourumoff to the brand new position of State Rail Director, according to a statement. In this role...

May 01, 2016

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