Janet Moore | Star Tribune
Reporter | Transportation

Prior to moving to Minnesota, she worked as a business reporter at the Akron (Ohio) Beacon Journal and Easton (Pennsylvania) Express-Times. She has a mass communications degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and was a Knight-Bagehot fellow in Business and Economics Journalism at Columbia University in New York.


Metro Transit launches apprenticeships for bus drivers

Program seeks to attract, retain more bus drivers amid shortage.


Pedal-friendly Minneapolis ushers in new era of dockless bikes Tuesday

First blue bikes hit streets Tuesday; 1,500 will be introduced this fall.


Activists call for changes in light-rail rules after woman's arrest in August

Woman's August arrest prompts request for no transit police, no fares.


MSP considers ways to help kids flying solo

Reports of separated, waylaid young travelers prompt scrutiny at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.


Charge dropped in Metro Transit case shared on social media

Video of the interaction with police was widely circulated online.


Activist groups call for one-day boycott of Metro Transit

Protest is in response to a video showing the arrest of a black passenger.


New restaurant at Union Depot gives St. Paul passengers bigger menu

After two years of renovations, travelers through the historic venue can get a bite to eat.


Mark Fleischhacker, who helped build Minnesota's med-tech industry, dies at 66

The medical technology executive helped lead Chaska-based Lake Region Medical, a multimillion-dollar company with close to 2,000 employees, before retiring three years ago.


Police seek help finding suspects who vandalized Maplewood mosque

The Maplewood Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying suspects who spray-painted graffiti on the outside wall of the Islamic Institute of Minnesota's Al-Salam Mosque.


Prospect of North Side bike amenities raises gentrification worries

There's support for turning a North Side street into a bikeway, but resident concerns go beyond parking.