Stretch Of I-94, Between Maple Grove And Clearwater, To Be Under Construction For 3 YearsTake Interstate 94 to the cabin in the summer? Or perhaps ride it on the daily commute from the northwest metro? Then prepare for three years of traffic headaches, starting this summer.
Dunwoody College Sees Uptick In Construction-Related FieldsMinnesota construction companies have been struggling to find skilled workers to fill open positions.
Waseca Community Celebrates New GrandstandThe community celebrated on Saturday the grand opening of the new Tink Larson Community Field.
Construction Closing Highway 62, I-494 This WeekendThere's lots of construction this weekend, and it includes two major closures in the south Twin Cities metro.
Where Does All The Old I-35W Rubble Go?“It’s 100 percent recyclable,” says Dave Aikens, a spokesman with MnDOT. “We reuse every scrap of it.”
Stretch Of I-494 To Close In The Southwest Metro This WeekendDrivers in the southwest metro should expect detours this weekend as a nearly four-mile section of Interstate 494 will be closed for construction.
4-Month Construction Headache Begins For I-35W Commuters As of Monday morning, driving in Minneapolis is a bit more complicated.
Why Don't MnDOT Crews Work Around The Clock?Starting Friday night, MNDOT will close the main entrances from 35W in and out of downtown for four months. For some drivers, that will seem like a very long time.
Business Owners, Pedestrians Endure Headaches Amid Start Of Construction SeasonOver the weekend, workers were repairing and repainting the pedestrian bridge over Interstate-94, closing a crucial chunk of the highway between Interstate-394 and Interstate-35W.
Driving Into Downtown Minneapolis? Be Ready For Construction HeadachesFor the next three weekends, good luck getting around. Interstate 94 will be closed between I-394 and I-35W.
Ahead Of Massive I-35W Overhaul, Commuters Urged To Rethink Route DowntownCall it the "Big Kahuna" of summer road construction projects: MnDOT’s $240 million remake of the heavily traveled stretch of Interstate 35W south of downtown Minneapolis.
'Super Wood' Could Replace Steel, Engineers Say"This new way to treat wood makes it 12 times stronger than natural wood and 10 times tougher," the University of Maryland's Liangbing Hu said in a press release.