Central Corridor Light Rail
The Vikings broke ground on a new stadium this week. It’s a project so big, it muscled its way straight onto the list of largest public projects in state history. It’s bigger than the I-35W bridge construction, bigger than the St. Croix bridge crossing. And that’s just the start.
Metro Transit crews are going to test cars by night on their new “green line” light rail transit at the end of the month. The tests will begin along the western half of the University Avenue stretch the week of August 26.
Step into the grand old neoclassical building in St. Paul’s Lowertown and you’re immediately taken back to a time when coal-puffing locomotives carried passengers from the Twin Cities to points far and wide.
The Central Corridor light rail project has reached a milestone. The 11-mile line connecting the downtowns of St. Paul and Minneapolis is now 50 percent complete.
If you drive on Snelling Avenue near Interstate 94, the Minnesota Department of Transportation says to expect delays as you start your work week.
A construction worker was injured Tuesday morning while working on a section of the Central Corridor light-rail project.
A number of local businesses are getting creative to overcome light rail construction on the Central Corridor line.
The five blocks of Washington Avenue that go through the heart of the University of Minnesota is now permanently closed to traffic.
The street that goes through the heart of the University of Minnesota will be forever free of cars and trucks.
Motorists prepare for delays and detours. Highway 280 in St. Paul will close at 10 p.m. Friday in both directions.
Religious leaders in St. Paul are concerned construction on the Central Corridor Light Rail will make living near the line unaffordable for low income families.
There was a meeting Saturday for people who live and work near University Avenue where the next light rail line will be built.