Metro Transit Installs Solar Panels On Bus GaragesA lot of people try to be more energy efficient by using mass transit. Now, mass transit is turning to solar power to match that commitment.
Single-Day Ridership On LTR Reaches All-Time HighSingle-day ridership on the METRO Green and Blue lines has reached an all-time high topping over 100,000.
Black Lives Matter Plans Sunday Light Rail Shutdown For Vikes Home OpenerVikings fans heading to Sunday's home opener at TCF Bank Stadium may need to leave earlier than they would like. The group Black Lives Matter St. Paul is planning a protest which they say will shut down the light rail. Organizers say Metro Transit police violently arrested a 17-year-old black teenager with autism last month.
Serious Crimes Happening On Light-Rail Trains, PlatformsTo check out a breakdown of the crimes happening on each light rail stop, look at our interactive map.
Trains, Buses and Automobiles, 'Go-To' Users Can Ride Them AllA "Go-To" transit card will now work anywhere in the metro-area. Metro Transit users can now access Hourcars with their "Go-To" card.
Police: Argument On Bus Leads To Shooting In Mpls.Officials say a shooting in Minneapolis early Saturday morning sent one person to the hospital.
Metro Transit Testing Free Wi-FiNow you can stay connected on the go. Metro Transit is testing wireless internet on several of its routes in the Twin Cities.
Police: Pedestrian Struck By Bus In North MinneapolisMinneapolis police say a pedestrian was injured when they were struck by a Metro Transit bus Thursday afternoon. The accident was reported at around 4:40 p.m. near Broadway and Emerson avenues in north Minneapolis.
Metro Transit: Train & Car Collide In Downtown MinneapolisMetro Transit says there were no injuries after a train and car collided in downtown Minneapolis Thursday morning.
Mpls. Police: Bicyclist Injured In Light Rail CrashMinneapolis police say a bicyclist was injured Thursday afternoon in an accident involving a Metro Transit light rail train. The accident occurred near 46th Street and Hiawatha Avenue in south Minneapolis.
Mpls. NAACP Calls For Investigation Of Force Used In Light Rail ArrestThe Minneapolis NAACP is calling for changes to law enforcement practices following the arrest of a black man on the light rail last Wednesday. Video surfaced of 21-year-old Draon Armstrong being slammed to the ground during his arrest on the Green Line at Target Field Station on July 8.
City Council Votes To Reduce Street Parking For Mpls. ResidentsThe number of parking spots for Minneapolis residents could soon decrease. The Minneapolis City Council unanimously passed an amendment to the zoning code that will reduce the number of parking spaces for residential areas that are by frequent buses and rail transit.