A motorist traveling on Hwy. 52 in Inver Grove Heights last Wednesday had quite the unusual experience. A large piece of heavy-duty plastic flew off a dump truck and wrapped around his SUV
A semitrailer truck driver smashed a window to climb out of his cab as the truck sank after plunging into a lake in central Minnesota on Monday.
The figure was the second highest annual ridership in the history of the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority.
Motorists will encounter a five-hour closure on the ramp leading from eastbound I-94 to southbound I-35W from midnight to 5 a.m. Wednesday, the Minnesota Department of Transportation said.
Bus riders are not the only commuters having to endure detours due to Super Bowl events and Sunday's game. Light-rail riders will feel the impact starting Friday.
Eight blocks, 45 minutes. That's how long it took some buses to make their way along Marquette Avenue during the peak of the past two evening rush hours in downtown Minneapolis.
Metro Transit set records for the number of rides taken on its three rail lines in 2017, but it wasn't enough to offset the decline in bus riders.
It's the message law enforcement message deliver over and over, especially on days when adverse weather moves in. Yet time and time again, drivers don't heed the warnings and bad things happen.
The I-35W bridge over the Mississippi River in downtown Minneapolis will glow purple Friday through Sunday night by orders from Gov. Mark Dayton.
MnDOT will close the segment of freeway that leads to 5th Avenue S., Grant Street and the ramp from northbound I-35W to westbound I-94 from 10 p.m. Wednesday to 5 a.m. Thursday and again from 9 a.m. Thursday until 3 p.m.
The "Miracle in Minneapolis" catch by Stefan Digs that gave the Vikings an improbable win over the New Orleans Saints Sunday also was a win for Metro Transit.
In a first for Metro Transit, the agency has wrapped the interior of three light-rail vehicles to make it feel like riders are at the "Big Game."
Anybody heading downtown for a sporting event, theatrical performance or simply enjoy a night on the town invariably asks the question: Where do I park?
Changes are coming to a little used street on the eastern edge of downtown Minneapolis, and they could have a big impact the traffic flow during the Super Bowl.
Nearly 86 percent of flights operating at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport arrive or depart on schedule, and that makes it one of the most punctual airports in the world.
The Super Bowl is still 33 days away, but commuters who pass by U.S. Bank Stadium will start encountering road closures on Tuesday.
Metro Transit and the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority also will offer free rides on New Year's Eve.
A light covering of snow was all it took to turn Thursday's commute into a slippery drive as slick roads led to scores of crashes and spinouts.
The four-year wait is over for light-rail riders wondering when they'd be able to use the new platform at Nicollet Mall Station.
Northbound Blue Line riders can expect delays Thursday morning, Metro Transit said.