Pedestrian Struck On Green Line; Expect Delays Metro Transit says Green Line trains are delayed Tuesday morning after a pedestrian was struck on the tracks in St. Paul.
Regular Light Rail Service Suspended For Super Bowl SundayIf you’re not going to the Super Bowl and want to use the light rail service, you’re going to run into some problems.
Light Rail Service Resumes In Downtown Minneapolis After Gas LeakLight rail service has resumed in downtown Minneapolis after crews found the source of a natural gas leak.
Pedestrian Dies After Being Hit By LRT Train In St. PaulAuthorities say a woman was killed Sunday afternoon after being hit by a light rail transit train in St. Paul.
1,200 Fans Every 4 Minutes: Inside Metro Transit's Unprecedented Super Bowl PlanWith more than 70,000 fans expected to cram into U.S. Bank Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday, mass transit is a major player to get guests there on time.
Super Bowl Transformation Begins In Downtown MinneapolisWith the Super Bowl just weeks away, we are already seeing changes to downtown Minneapolis.
Slippery Travel Expected Thursday After Overnight Freezing Rain, SnowTravel will be slippery and even dangerous in parts of Minnesota on Thursday after a system that started as rain has changed over to snow.
How To Get Home Safely On New Year's EveIf you plan to head out for New Years eve, local law enforcement agencies are offering ways to get home safe.
Metro Transit: Man Struck By LRT In St. PaulA man is hospitalized Monday night after he was struck by a light rail train in St. Paul.
Metro Transit Testing Barriers To Protect Bus DriversAn auto-safety glass door will be added to 20 Metro Transit buses over the next couple of months as part of a pilot program.
Metro Transit Workers Vote To Approve Contract, Averting Super Bowl StrikeTwenty-five-hundred bus drivers, light rail operators and mechanics had threatened to strike during the Super Bowl in February.
Metro Transit Workers Vote On Tentative ContractAs Minnesota Vikings fans were flooding into U.S. Bank Stadium -- feeling a hint of Super Bowl fever -- Metro Transit union workers were queuing up for a crucial vote.