Gov. Tim Walz Proclaims Worker Memorial Day In Minnesota On TuesdayIt's meant to recognize the "high price transportation workers have paid in the construction and maintenance of Minnesota's transportation system."
Easing Traffic Patterns Give MnDOT Road Construction Crews An Early StartOn Thursday, the Minnesota Department of Transportation announced an early start to the work -- 188 road and bridge projects, along with 66 modal projects.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Met Council Says Travel Declines By 70 PercentMetropolitan Council researchers report that travel across Minnesota's freeways has declined by more than 70% since the first reported COVID-19 case in the state early March.
‘Leave One Hour Earlier’: MnDOT Says Hwy 5 Construction Will Impact MSP Airport Travelers Starting In AprilMinnesota transportation officials say motorists traveling to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport will need to give themselves extra time beginning in April.
MnDOT To Remove Trees Along 'Corridor Of Death' To Improve Safety After Deadly CrashesThe trees are on state property in Orono, Maple Plain and Independence. Crews will be working between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. from Monday, March 2 to Friday, March 6.
MnDOT Prepares For Overnight Temps Dropping, Expect Slick SpotsPlows will be out all night preparing for Monday's commute, but MnDOT asks drivers to be prepared for slick spots.
'Sunday Looks Like It’s Going To Be Pretty Slick Out There': MnDOT Prepares For Weekend Snow StormThe timing of this storm might help plow drivers out.
MnDOT Requesting $80M In Federal Funding For 3 Major Highway ProjectsThe Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) is asking the federal government for nearly $80 million.
Blowing Snow, Multiple Crashes Lead To Closure Of Highway 10 In Clay CountyA stretch of highway in northwestern Minnesota is closed Friday morning following several crash due to blowing snow.
Minnetonka Company Creates Fire Suppression Systems To Keep Buses SaferThe DOT says a school bus fire happens one to two times every day in the U.S., and close to two dozen people are killed each year.
MnDOT: State Awards $18 Million For Construction Projects In 5 CommunitiesA total of $20 million was available for projects in this phase.