How Minneapolis and St. Paul are Acclimating to Dockless Bike Sharing

Everything you need to know about dockless bike programs across the Twin Cities metro.

MSP Airport's Interminable Terminal Construction

As long as passenger traffic continues to climb, building will continue.

Nice Ride Officially Rolls Out Hub-Based Dockless Bikeshare Program in Minneapolis

The first-of-its-kind program—a result of a multi-entity collaboration—aims to solve issues around equal distribution of the rentable bikes throughout Minneapolis.

Rochester, DMC Prepare to Roll Out Plans for Downtown Bus Rapid Transit Service

The vision sees ‘BRT’ circulator connecting Mayo Clinic with 6,000 new parking spaces.

Nice Ride Minnesota’s New Leadership Ushers in Cheaper Bike Rides, Dockless System

With New York-based Motivate taking the reins of the Minneapolis bike share nonprofit, the bike fleet is set to expand, boost affordability, accessibility and convenience.

Delta Announces New Route to South Korea from MSP International Airport

The route will be the first nonstop service from the Twin Cities to the region of Southeast Asia.

Delta Air Lines Goes Purple in New Uniforms

Tuesday’s roll out for 64,000 employees included a runway show at MSP Airport with designer Zac Posen.

Marathon Petroleum Acquiring SuperAmerica Stores, St. Paul Park Oil Refinery in $23B Deal

The acquisitions are part of a buyout deal with Andeavor, parent company of SuperAmerica and the refinery.

Sun Country's Lost Weekend

When considering Sun Country's stranded passengers fiasco, we’re left to wonder if the lack of compassion that airlines like Allegiant have for their customers and employees is seeping into Sun Country.

Hourcar Unveils New Business Plan Featuring All-Electric Cars, One-Way Car Sharing

The car sharing company, with the help of Xcel Energy, are working together on a more environment- and convenient-friendly fleet and model.

'It's a Big Deal': C Line to Bring Bus Rapid Transit to Popular North Minneapolis Route

A ceremonial groundbreaking Tuesday will kick off construction. The line will begin at the Brooklyn Center Transit Center and travel down Brooklyn Boulevard, Penn Avenue and Olson Memorial Highway to downtown Minneapolis.

Hitch Health Launching Nationwide Service with Lyft Partnership

The Minneapolis startup provides free and convenient transportation for low-income, uninsured and vulnerable patients.

Davis Brothers Selling Sun Country Airlines to New York Investment Group

Apollo Global Management, which has never owned an airline in its nearly three decades of operation, will be acquiring Sun Country for an undisclosed sum.

May the Best Bid Win

A new app aims to bring price transparency to the auto repair industry.

Tesla Buys Brooklyn Park Automation Machinery Maker Perbix

Perbix and its 150-member team will remain in Minnesota. Meanwhile, the automaker said it would be “expanding [its] presence and recruiting efforts in the Twin Cities area.”

The Quest to Make Ridesharing Free

How a local ad software startup is shifting its focus to change the future of ridesharing.

Why the Riverview Corridor Streetcar is Still a Ways Away from Being Built

On Thursday, an advisory committee took the step recommending a route and a mode of transit for the project. But there are many, many more decisions to come.

How the Met Council Managed to Make Southwest LRT's Wall a Big Deal

The wall has fed a narrative that the regional governing body lacks transparency, and that it cooperates with local officials only when it is convenient for the Met Council.

Two Wheels, Easy Terms

Affinity Plus seeks new customers with bike loans.

Pimp My Garage

Welcome to the country club of car storage.

Why America’s Big Airlines—and MN’s Representatives in Congress—Are Crying Foul at their Gulf-based Competitors

Qatar and United Arab Emirates based carriers are playing a growing role in the U.S. market. But are they playing fair?

Sun Country’s Shift to Low-Cost Carrier Model Will Include More Fees

The plan, laid out by new CEO Jude Bricker, sees Sun Country adopting a business similar to that of Spirit and Allegiant.

Book Review: “The Long Haul”

“The Long Haul” is one of those rare books that peeks inside the trucking and logistics industry—which you almost never hear about—from a voice that’s more upbeat than hammer-down.

Kwik Trip to Buy Local Rival

The gas station and convenience store chain expects over 1,000 jobs will be created from the purchase.

One of MN’s Largest Private Companies, Holiday Gas Stations, is Being Sold

The local gas station chain, according to estimates, may have sold for nearly $2 billion.

Sun Country Names Jude Bricker as New CEO

Bricker replaces Zarir Erani, who was recently ousted by the local carrier’s chairman.

Sun Country CEO Let Go by Chairman

The Davis family, which owns Sun Country, has asked Zarir Erani to instead work on technology projects at its other businesses, such as Cambria.

Short Lines, Big Problems

Minnesota's small railroads are in a perilous state, putting the businesses and small towns that rely on them in jeopardy.

Twin Cities Transit Funding Board to Attempt a Break-Up...Again

The regional board, born of a time when there was a greater sense of regionalism between the cities and the suburbs, could be dead by October 1.

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.

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