Dayton Doubts GOP Commitment To Solving Road-Fund QuandaryFrustrated by a transportation plan stuck in neutral at the Capitol, Gov. Mark Dayton ramped up pressure Thursday on majority House Republicans to produce a viable alternative to his multi-billion dollar proposal for roadwork and mass-transit projects. Dayton joined Democratic Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk in questioning the GOP's commitment to tackling the transportation-funding issue this year as the session nears its midpoint.
Good Question: Why Are Construction Zones So Lengthy?She's still three years away from getting her driver's license, but Katie Milton already has a good idea of just how slow she can go. And it got her wondering why so much of the road is affected, when just a small portion is being worked on.
Minneapolis Announces $33.5M In Roadwork This SummerOne person's investment is another person's traffic jam, which is at least the way Minneapolis is looking at it.
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