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After a horrific limousine crash killed 20 people in upstate New York last fall, the Minnesota Department of Transportation assured the public that state regulations…
Pedal-assisted additions will be up and running in Minneapolis this spring.
Met Council will ask Legislature to fund more lines of the popular, convenient service.
As the federal government shutdown drags on, so do the security lines at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
The merger hopes to provide the chamber's 1,400 members with "new transit and mobility options around Minneapolis," according to a statement.
Security officers are needed for busy spring break and summer travel seasons.
The upcoming long weekend and continued shutdown could test the airport and travelers.
15-year general manager Brian Lamb a casualty of Met Council's shake-up.
Transit planners propose alternate locations for the Rush Line's final stop.
1,500 addresses were inadvertently given to three private companies.