Minneapolis crews have fixed the on-street parking pay stations that were out of service in downtown Minneapolis.
The Minnesota State Fair might be over, but the state is still fighting to collect a specific parking tax.
Game-day parking can be a hassle, so do yourself a favor and plan ahead.
The signs of fall are everywhere. Kids are back in school, the leaves are already changing, and the parking ramp at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is full.
Good news for residents of Uptown, bad news for everyone else. Three streets in the area will be part of an expansion of “permit-only” parking areas, strictly for residents.
The days of searching the floor of your car for quarters are, for the most part, over in Minneapolis. Installation of new computerized parking meters will be finished by the end of October, completing a two-year process.
Some people flying out of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Wednesday got an unexpected delay. The parking lot was full at the main terminal.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission raised fees to off-site parking companies and they, in turn, are passing that cost on to us.
The Minnesota State Fair is up and running and so are residential lots in nearby neighborhoods.
Here’s a sign of spring: street sweeping begins Monday in St. Paul.
Downtown meters are getting an upgrade. The city of Minneapolis says they’ve installed 36 more pay stations this month, replacing the old, coin-operated meters downtown.
There were problems for people hoping to park at the Terminal 1, formerly known as Lindbergh Terminal, Wednesday morning — a full ramp.
Drivers are still flooding impound lots to pick up their cars after Minneapolis and St. Paul both declared snow emergencies this past weekend.
Chad has blasted folks that park rudely for a long time. Now there’s a website that is doing its best to point these people out.
If you’ve never been to the Mall of America, or make a weekly trek to this shopping Mecca, its massive size can be overwhelming and provide anxiety before you even hit the exit ramp. So here are some tips about planning ahead for your next trip to the Mall that can save you time, money and a few headaches.