Minnesota Department Of Transportation
Crews are beginning groundwork on the St. Croix Crossing project to connect Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Minnesota’s transportation commissioner is resigning. Tom Sorel plans to begin a new job as CEO of AAA Minneapolis on Dec. 1.
We’ve all been there, road construction forces everybody to get into one lane. Don’t you hate it when one guy waits until the last possible moment to merge, instead of getting in line and waiting his turn?
The bridge spanning the Mississippi River on Highway 61 in Hastings was put into place over the weekend.
Two state agencies are working together to stop the number of pedestrian deaths on Minnesota’s roads.
Be aware if you’re driving around the Twin Cities metro this weekend, you could be in for some headaches on the road. The latest series of road closures will affect several areas around the metro.
Motorists who use the Stillwater Lift Bridge on a daily basis will need to find an alternate route starting in early September.
If you’re planning on using a party bus or limo over the next two weeks for any celebration, be prepared to see police.
Another summer weekend means another set of closures as the Minnesota Department of Transportation continues to work on Twin Cities roads.
It’s going to be another busy weekend for road construction, which means more closures are on the way for Twin Cities highways.
After flying American flags for eight years over five highway overpasses, Palmer Lake VFW in Brooklyn Park has been told to take them down.
Motorists will encounter plenty of headaches this weekend as we’re in the heart of summer road construction season. There are several highway closures this weekend, and the two biggest will be in the west metro.
Traffic is snarled on Interstate 394 heading west Wednesday after a fatal crash involving a small bus, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
Westbound Highway 62 will be closed for resurfacing starting at 10 p.m. Friday and won’t reopen until 5 a.m. Monday through Edina, Richfield and Minneapolis.
The “Click It or Ticket” campaign wrapped up June 3, which included 313 reporting law enforcement agencies from around the state. A total of 12,639 citations were issued over the two-week stretch.