Motorists can expect major traffic tie-ups across the metro as the Minnesota Department of Transportation starts reconfiguring Interstate 94 in downtown Minneapolis just as tens of thousands of people will stream into the city for large events that include the Twin Cities Pride Festival in Loring Park and the Back to the 50s street rod extravaganza at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
Rain has pushed back the start of today's Twins-White Sox game at Target Field but that won't stop Metro Transit from shutting down light-rail service at 6:45 p.m. Thursday as scheduled.
Commuters traveling along the I-94 corridor between Minneapolis and St. Paul Monday morning saw a heavy police presence, particularly in the Midway area.
The biggest traffic jams this weekend are likely to be on I-35 north of the Twin Cities as thousands make the trip to and from Duluth for Saturday's Grandma's Marathon.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is taking a step to draw travelers' attention to the growing problem of human trafficking and get them to report suspicious activity.
Metro Transit picked up a Gold Award for Safety from the American Public Transportation Association for its efforts to improve pedestrian safety along light rail lines.
The eastbound lanes between I-494 and I-35E shut down on Monday morning and will remain closed for six weeks. Then the westbound lanes will close.
The mother and seven to eight little ducklings were "orderly and law-abiding" as they waddled along in the direction of traffic, said Brian Kary, director of Traffic Operations for the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
Hot, hot, hot, the pavement will sizzle and that has the Minnesota Department of Transportation warning motorists to look out for road buckles.
Thursday morning was to be the day that the reversible MnPass lanes on I-394 were to reopen for eastbound drivers, but MnDOT can't get the gates up.
A semitrailer truck hauling turkeys rolled over early Tuesday forcing the Minnesota Department of Transportation to close the northbound lanes of I-35W at I-694.
The first blast of summerlike warmth comes just in time for the first huge outdoor celebrations of the season and with them comes road closures, congestion and parking restrictions, so watch the signs carefully.
Light-rail riders will be put on buses Thursday night through Monday morning as Metro Transit conducts maintenance operations in downtown Minneapolis.
If AAA's predictions are correct, the roads leading out of the metro might be more crowded than those in town as throngs head to the lakes, cabins and places to enjoy the season's first long holiday weekend. Major road construction project could also hamper in-town travel
Northbound Blue Line riders can expect trips to take a bit longer on several nights this spring and summer.
Ramsey County crews began removing striping along Maryland Avenue between Greenbrier Street and Johnson Parkway in St. Paul, marking the start of a test of a new configuration that will reduce the road from two lanes in each direction to one with a center turn lane.
A two-week seat belt enforcement campaign begins on Monday.
On average, more than 11,000 commuters ride their bikes to work each day, city officials say, and they are hoping for more during Friday's annual Bike to Work Day.
Transportation advocates plan to deliver thousands of post cards to the governor, each with a message decrying proposed cuts to transit service and raising objections to possible fare increases.
School will be out in a few weeks and that means students who use Go To cards to take Metro Transit to class will be without transportation.