It's been a trying day for light-rail riders in downtown Minneapolis, and for Metro Transit, too. Service on the Blue and Green lines was halted twice on Tuesday.
Cost conscious drivers likely search for the gas station with the lowest price to save a few pennies, but real savings begin with how you operate the pedal and brakes.
Ride sharing has become the way for many to get around in cities across the nation, including the Twin Cities. But have you ever wondered where those who use the app-based services such as Uber and Lyft take those cars?
A loose lid on a rail access box may have been responsible for the downtown Minneapolis derailment about 11 a.m.
Spirit Airlines will begin flying between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Seattle starting on April 12, the low-cost airline announced Wednesday.
Green Line riders may face delays in downtwon St. Paul due to a water main break, Metro Transit said.
Twin Cities transit agencies will run fewer buses and trains on Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when fewer people are working and there is less demand for public transportation.
All westbound lanes of Interstate 94 at Century Avenue reopened around 11:30 a.m. Monday, five hours after a semitrailer truck caught fire and forced a brief closure of the freeway.
Overhead heat lamps that provide protection against the elements are on the fritz across the Metro Transit system, leaving riders left to stand in the cold and wind.
The 48-inch water main burst in the early morning hours near Broadway Street in northeast Minneapolis sending thousands of gallons of water rushing into the street, said spokesman Casper Hill.
Motorists in Champlin can expect major backups this weekend as Hwy. 169 will be reduced to one lane in each direction, the Minnesota Department of Transportation said.
Metro Transit on Wednesday said it will offer free rides for Blue and Green Line passengers who will be put on replacement buses on Super Bowl Sunday as portions of the light-rail lines will be restricted exclusively for fans heading to the game.
International air travelers entering the United States at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport spend less time waiting to clear customs than passengers at most other airports in the country, according to a study out this week.
Drivers using Interstate 94 in the east metro should have it much easier Wednesday after an all-day painting project yesterday spawned massive traffic jams.
It's been seven months since commuters have been able to cross the 86th Street bridge over I-35W in Bloomington. That will change Tuesday.
Downtown Minneapolis has more than 65,000 parking spots, normally enough to accommodate most of the workers who drive to their job.
Drivers who use the Portland Avenue bridge to cross I-94 in Minneapolis will once again have to find an alternate route.
The driver of a Dodge Durango was killed early Monday when she was ejected from her vehicle after crashing on southbound I-35W at 26th Street, the State Patrol said.
On Monday, MnDOT will hold a public hearing at Burnsville City Hall to discuss the project. The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m.
You might think that running into a burning building is a firefighter's greatest fear. In reality the most dangerous part of the job is getting to the scene, says Edina Assistant Fire Chief Jeff Siems.