The clang-clang-clang of the “trolley” will be replaced by the beep-beep-beep of the Metro Transit bus along part of the Hiawatha Avenue route this weekend.
High school students in the Minneapolis public system won’t be hopping on those iconic yellow school buses for much longer. The district is phasing that traditional transportation out.
High gas prices may be prompting more people to ride the bus.
While some folks were enjoying the snow, those who had to try to get around in it Wednesday were not as happy.
A school bus and a vehicle collided in Ham Lake, Minn. early Tuesday morning.
It’s the first week of classes for many school districts throughout Minnesota and the State Patrol is reminding drivers to watch out for those yellow buses.
An onslaught of buses is heading to Hibbing.
Bus fans will gather next month in Hibbing, home of the Greyhound Bus Museum.
The average price for a gallon of gas on Tuesday in the Twin Cities is $3.87, that’s more than $0.30 higher than a month ago. The rising price of gas has some commuters looking for alternative ways to get to work.
Nicollet Mall is now closed to buses and will remain so for the next month.
New figures show the Northstar Commuter Rail isn’t getting nearly as many riders as expected, but overall more people are taking public transit as they head to and from work.