Public transportation has its surprises.
In an effort to stop drunk driving, Metro Transit and Miller Lite are teaming up to offer free bus and light rail rides on New Year’s Eve in the Twin Cities.
It’s easy to get into a commuting routine, especially for rail commuters. After all, train tracks don’t easily change paths. But forget to bring a book and there isn’t much to keep a person occupied while waiting for a train.
Construction crews on the Central Corridor Light Rail line are moving the orange cones Wednesday.
U.S. Transportation Secretary will tour a light rail construction site in St. Paul where he’ll make a pitch that major transportation investments will create jobs.
The U.S. Justice Department says the joint venture that built the Hiawatha light-rail line in Minneapolis has agreed to pay the government $4.6 million.
Businesses affected by the Central Corridor light rail construction are getting a small boost.
The street that goes through the heart of the University of Minnesota will be forever free of cars and trucks.
If you ride a bus near the University of Minnesota or downtown St. Paul you’ll want to plan ahead for the detours coming when the construction of the Central Corridor transit project begins.
St. Paul’s mayor says the Federal Transit Administration will sign an agreement next week committing $460 million in aid for the Twin Cities light rail transit project.
Commuters say giving an extra quarter to take the bus or train is something they’re reluctant to pay, but they’re willing to do it.
The Denver coroner’s office has identified a man killed by a light-rail train as 19-year-old Harry Exner of Red Wing, Minn.
A one and a half million dollar loan fund has been set up for businesses that will be impacted by the construction of the light rail corridor along University Avenue.