Chaska Man Accused Of Drive-By Shootings In Prior Lake, ShakopeeA 28-year-old Chaska man has been arrested for allegedly being involved in drive-by shootings in both Prior Lake and Shakopee, according to police.
Police: Man Shot While Riding Metro Mobility Bus In ShakopeeAuthorities are investigating after a man was apparently shot while riding a Metro Mobility bus on Monday. The Shakopee Police Department says the incident happened at about 2:15 p.m. on Stagecoach Road.
Metro Mobility To Host Conversation With Users, CitizensAdvocates for citizens with special needs say they have a list of questions for Metro Mobility.
Community Raises Concerns Over Metro Mobility Response TimesAdvocates for citizens with special needs said they have a list of questions for Metro Mobility. In December, a computer glitch caused the system to go down for nearly two days. The glitch was fixed and services resumed.
Metro Mobility Says Glitch That Delayed Riders FixedMetro Mobility says it's fixed a technical problem that caused delays for riders. The computer system for the public transportation service was down most of Monday, and part of Sunday.
Met Council: Glitch Disrupting Metro Mobility ServiceThe Metropolitan Council says that a computer glitch the past few days has prevented Metro Mobility from providing rides to some customers.
Metro Mobility Driver Accused Of Sexually Assaulting PassengerA 44-year-old Minneapolis man is charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a vulnerable female adult while working as a metro mobility driver, according to the Hennepin County Attorney's Office.
Council: Metro Transit Sees Highest Ridership Since 1981The Metropolitan Council says that in 2014 Metro Transit buses and trains had the highest ridership tally in more than 30 years.
Good Question: What, Exactly, Is Metro Mobility?You see them all over the Twin Cities: Metro Mobility buses. Ridership increases nearly 10 percent every year, and it's almost impossible not to notice them.
‘Cold Weather Companions’ Help Seniors In Need"Cold Weather Companions" is a program designed and run by the people at Synergy Home Care. They not only help seniors and the homebound continue to live independently, but they also make sure they aren't unnecessarily exposed to the harsh elements. Anne Gerber uses Meto Mobility to run errands, but when it's double-digits below zero outside, she counts on the help of Bethany Ekstrand from Synergy. "For Anne, sometime it's just telling her that it's ridiculously cold outside and she shouldn't be going anywhere," Ekstrand said.
Getting Around In Snow A Challenge For DisabledGetting around after last weekend's historic snowfall is a challenge for Minnesotans with disabilities.