Janet Moore | Star Tribune
Reporter | Transportation

Janet Moore covers transportation issues.


Feds require new study for Southwest light-rail crash wall

The Federal Transit Administration is requiring an additional environmental study of a crash-protection wall that is planned along the proposed Southwest light-rail line. It is unclear whether the study will further delay the embattled $1.9 billion transit project.


Met Council member questions exclusive LRT use by Super Bowl ticket holders

Met Council's Gary Cunningham says "game-day pass" idea not properly vetted.


Twin Cities jobs available by transit declines

Hiring in suburbs leaves Twin Cities behind peers in jobs available by transit.


Public weighs in on streetcar proposal from St. Paul to MSP Airport

Idea delights some and worries some others.


Wall between freight, Southwest light-rail lines would affect historic district, feds say

Southwest planners must prepare mitigation plan.


Metro Transit workers to vote this weekend on whether to strike around Super Bowl

Union has concerns about work rules, security and outsourcing. Met Council confident deal will get done.


Two finalists vie to bring dockless biking to Twin Cities

Nice Ride will pick finalist in coming weeks; riders will see transition from bike stations.


Dockless bike sharing: Coming soon to the Twin Cities

Pioneering nonprofit wants to replace ubiquitous green bicycles


Worries grow that costs could still rise for Southwest light-rail line

A shortage of construction workers and uncertainty about a potential rise in the cost of building materials could follow Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.


MSP spiffing up its carpeting, hopes to avoid Portland turf battle

No one expects the outrage that ensued when Portland replaced its carpeting.