The City of Bloomington says the 86th Street bridge over Interstate 35W is closed after a vehicle driving on the freeway hit the bridge on Sunday.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation on Monday will close the ramp from westbound I-94 to Hennepin and Lyndale avenues in downtown Minneapolis.
The crash, which occurred shortly after 8 a.m., involved as many as six vehicles and had led to the closure of all westbound lanes through the tunnel.
Transportation advocates gathered on the State Capitol steps Wednesday to push legislators to pass a transportation funding bill before the 2017 session ends in about a month.
Police in a number of metro area cities are handing out repair vouchers instead of tickets when they pull over motorists for broken headlights, taillights or turn signals.
On Tuesday, transit advocates will hold a "No Cuts, No Hikes. Fund Transit Now" rally on the Green Line Capitol Station platform to express their concerns about plans they say would cut service by as much as 40 percent and likely bring a 25- to 50-cent fare increase.
The crash occurred about 7:57 a.m. just past the ramp leading to northbound Hwy. 100 and the Park Place-Xenia Avenue exit, and the traffic diversion is expected to last a while.
Monday is the day that Dakota County and the Minnesota Department of Transportation begin work on County Road 42 in Burnsville.
With it being Easter weekend, the calendar is light on major traffic-generating events, but do expect traffic jams to form in downtown St. Paul Friday ahead of the Wild-Blues playoff game at the Xcel Energy Center.
Commuters riding Northstar trains Thursday morning can expect delays of 10 to 15 minutes, Metro Transit says.
MnDOT will outline the major road works that undoubtedly will bring more detours, delays and traffic disruptions. The list is as big as a mile-long traffic jam.
Minneapolis residents and visitors, be careful where you park. No, it's not a snow emergency that will get your car towed, but rather, the annual spring street sweeping, which officially begins Tuesday.
The Met Council's Transportation Committee will meet Monday and it's expected to authorize a series of public meetings on potential fare adjustments for regular route transit, dial-a-ride transit and paratransit services.
Repairs and maintenance will take portions of both Blue and Green light-rail trains off line from Friday night until Monday morning.
To get people out on their two-wheelers, the organization that promotes the City of Lakes is offering free bike checks from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at its office at 505 Nicollet Mall.
Projects of this magnitude obviously disrupt traffic and raise questions, not only for drivers but transit users, too. To answer them, MnDOT is partnering with Minneapolis Urban League to hold an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the league's office, 2100 Plymouth Avenue N.
Call it a cruel April Fool's joke. Somebody distributed fliers about an April 1 public meeting for the Riverview Corridor Transit Study and stated on the flyer featuring official-looking letterhead that the proposed route for the transit project connecting downtown St. Paul with the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Mall of America had changed.
When Hawaii passed its "Move Over" legislation in 2012, it became the 50th state to enact the law that requires motorists to slow down and move over a lane when passing through work zones where emergency and utility vehicles stopped on the side of the road with flashing lights on are present.
The percentage of drivers who used their smartphones to snap pictures and shoot video increased significantly last year when compared with previous years while motorists who engaged in activities such as texting, accessing the internet and talking on a hands-held phone while behind the wheel held steady or declined slightly according to State Farm's annual distracted driving survey out Monday.
Baseball is back as the Twins open the 2017 season with game against the Kansas City Royals at Target Field. First pitch is at 3:10 p.m., but you'll want to leave for downtown Minneapolis long before then.