Special Session Talks Hit StalemateGov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders say special session negotiations have taken a step backward.
Public Works, Transportation Bills Remain In Session's Final HoursMinnesota lawmakers scrambled Sunday to finalize their plans for a $900 million budget surplus.
Battle Over Transportation Funding Begins At The CapitolThe fight over spending is underway at the Capitol and one conversation that may dominate much of the session is transportation funding.
Vice President Biden Talks 1-On-1 With Frank VascellaroThe vice president came to the Twin Cities Thursday to highlight how a train station became a neighborhood's economic engine.
Minn. Lawmakers Aim To Strike Deal On Transportation Funding EarlyMinnesota lawmakers are gearing up to make a deal on funding road and bridge repairs.
MnDOT Suspends Work On High-Speed Train Between Twin Cities, RochesterWork on a proposed high-speed train line between the Twin Cities and Rochester has been suspended, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. The suspension is pending a decision by the Olmsted County Regional Railroad Authority, which is expected next week.
Dayton Revives Gas Tax Increase For Transportation PlanGov. Mark Dayton says a gas tax increase to fund road and bridge repairs should still be on the table. He declared that proposal dead late last year. But Dayton clarified Friday that was his political assessment, not his preference.
Safe, Cost Effective Transportation Options Available For NYE CelebratorsIt's New Year's Eve and many people are planning to head out on the town to celebrate. But first, make sure to plan a safe ride home! For those celebrating in the metro area, there are plenty of options to make sure you get a sober, safe ride home.
Good Question: What's The Cost Of Raising A U.S. Child?The Department of Agriculture releases a report every year estimating what it costs to raise one child from the ages of zero to 17. In 2014, the estimate came out to $245,340. So, where does that money go?
Opponents Of SWLRT Tie Ribbons To Trees In Proposed Route's PathCritics of the proposed Southwest Light Rail line are trying something new in their attempts to stop the project. On Saturday they tied green ribbons on trees that they say would be taken out to make way for the tracks along the Kenilworth Corridor in Minneapolis.
Big Road Closures Affecting Weekend DrivingWith road construction season in full swing, there are a few big closures that will affect your drive time this weekend.
Survey: Taxis Are Losing Business Travelers To UberTaxi drivers are losing business travelers to Uber, according to a new survey. The survey shows that between April and June, 2015, Uber accounted for 55 percent of ground transportation receipts. Taxis accounted for 43 percent.

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