Transportation + Logistics

Short Lines, Big Problems

Federal Budget Compromise Funds Southwest LRT
Federal Budget Compromise Funds Southwest LRT

The budget directs the Federal Transit Administration to lock in its commitment to providing the more than $900 million federal contribution to the light rail line.

How Transportation And Infrastructure Became Political Footballs
How Transportation And Infrastructure Became Political Footballs

A Q&A with MnDOT Commissioner Charlie Zelle

Car Repair Shop Gives Workers A Lift
Car Repair Shop Gives Workers A Lift

A local nonprofit is helping low-wage workers overcome the crushing cost of car repairs.

North Loop's Parking Conundrum
North Loop's Parking Conundrum

The neighborhood faces a parking crunch as new development arrives.

Bike Industry Contributes $780M To Minnesota Economy
Bike Industry Contributes $780M To Minnesota Economy

A new study by the University of Minnesota and MnDOT tries to quantify bicycling's impact on wallets and health.

MHTA Rolls Out New Skills-Focused Job Board

The site is meant to better connect applicants whose interests and skills match a job—and help remove implicit bias in hiring.

Record Year For Cirrus In 2016

The Duluth-based company continued its streak of selling over 300 aircraft in a single year.

Delta Offers Deal For 32 Percent Stake In Mexico’s Largest Carrier
Delta Offers Deal For 32 Percent Stake In Mexico’s Largest Carrier

High-Speed Train To Rochester Might Be Derailed

There's been no contact between developers and state officials in months.