You’ll want to give yourself some extra time on your way into work Monday morning. The plows haven’t been able to clear all the snow that fell Sunday. And the biggest reason for the delays? A coating of ice beneath that new layer of snow.
Get ready for some major traffic trouble Monday. That’s when a five-month road project begins on Interstate 694 — one of the busiest roadways in the north metro.
A number of roads will be closing later this week as construction crews begin working on resurfacing projects around the Twin Cities. MnDOT says that the first of eight week’s worth of delays and detours will affect motorists using Highway 169.
Drive down any major freeway around the metro and you’re bound to hit some type of road construction. The Minnesota Department of Transportation has dozens of projects underway in the Twin Cities, but this construction season is off to a slow start. The dreary weather is putting a damper on how often crews are able to get to work.
Drivers will experience overnight delays and a detour in both directions of Interstate 94 next week, as crews work on the Lowry Tunnel.
Heading to the airport? Be sure to pack your patience. The FAA has begun furloughing its employees, including air traffic controllers, starting Sunday.
More than 150 flights have been canceled so far Sunday at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Drivers beware — major delays and a detour is coming to the eastbound lanes of Interstate 94 in Minneapolis next weekend.
Heavy fog means drivers may need a little extra time getting to work — it may cover hidden dangers on the road.
Drivers should expect delays on eastbound Interstate 94 between Cedar Avenue and Highway 280, starting at 11 p.m. Tuesday.
Motorists in northeastern Minnesota will encounter slow-moving traffic on Highway 61 near Split Rock River.
Motorists will face delays and detours when a part of eastbound Interstate 694 in Brooklyn Center closes down.
Delays are expected on Highway 25 in Belle Plaine beginning Sunday morning, as crews work to reconfigure the highway to create a temporary detour route.
As Minnesota’s wind chills continue to plunge, school districts around the state are monitoring conditions to see if they should cancel school Tuesday or have a late start.
The lines of passengers were moving swiftly and smoothly through the security checkpoints at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Wednesday.