Self-Driving Trucks, Buses Roll Up To State CapitolThe council advisory says we're in the middle of a technology revolution, and Minnesota is in a position to benefit from it.
With February Thaw, Pothole Season Has Arrived In MinnesotaThe recent snowfall, coupled with warmer days and the melting of snow, creates the perfect recipe for potholes.
Snowy Roads Keep State Patrol, MnDOT BusyAs yet another snowstorm moves through Minnesota, the roads are already getting dangerous.
MnDOT Prepping For Messy Presidents Day WeatherPreparing for a mixed bag of winter weather can be difficult for public works departments as well as MnDOT.
MnDOT Study Considers Increased Tolling In Minn.The Minnesota Department of Transportation has released the findings of a study considering the possibility of increased tolling in the state.
Minnesota DNR OK's Lake Calhoun Name Change To Bde Maka SkaIt still needs to go through more steps for the change to be recognized at the federal level.
MnDOT Crews Out In Force, Working To Keep Slippery Streets SafeWhile we haven't had snow in a few days, we have been in a deep freeze, and that made for some slick, unforgiving spots on the roads.
Driverless Buses Tested In Minnesota’s Winter WeatherThe Minnesota Department of Transportation debuted new technology Tuesday that's rarely been seen in Minnesota.
MnDOT: Portion Of 694 Closed By Sinkhole Will Reopen SaturdayOfficials say a portion of a busy Twin Cities interstate closed because of a water main break will likely reopen Saturday.
694 In Oakdale Closed Indefinitely While Crews Fix SinkholeThe 20-foot deep hole forced MnDOT to close the interstate between 94 and Highway 36, sending drivers on a time-consuming detour.
If A Deer Jumps Out In Front Of Your Car, Try To Stop But Don't SwerveDrivers need to be extra careful this month as the odds of hitting a deer are now at their highest.
MnDOT Study Shows That Roundabouts Help Reduce Serious Injuries, FatalitiesThe Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) studied 144 roundabouts in Minnesota and found they are generally reducing serious injuries and fatal crashes in Minnesota.