Who Writes MnDOT's Electronic Highway Signs?It started back in November 2016. MNDOT, as the Minnesota Department of Public Safety was looking for ways to reach young men.
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.”
MnDOT Saves ‘Photographers’ Hole’ From 24th Street BridgeOne of the photographers’ holes that allowed photographers to take iconic pictures of the Minneapolis skyline has been saved after the bridge was torn down.
Hospitals, Public Transit Prep For Widespread Road ClosuresMajor road construction projects across Minneapolis could lead to major headaches this weekend. And some for far longer.
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.
MnDOT Warns Memorial Day Drivers To Be Cautious In Work ZonesMemorial Day weekend is not only the first unofficial weekend of summer, but also among the deadliest times of the year for road accidents.
MnDOT: Without Repair Funds, Stone Arch Bridge Could CloseMnDOT says it may have to close the Stone Arch Bridge if it lawmakers don't allocate $13 million for repairs.
MnDOT To Anglers: Plan Ahead Before Fishing OpenerMinnesota Department of Transportation officials are urging anglers to plan ahead and be extra careful while driving to the fishing opener this weekend.
MnDOT Holds ‘Drone Day’ To Educate EnthusiastsDrones are becomg more and more poular, but organizes say not everyone knows how they're allowed to use them.
MnDOT Announces $400M ‘Corridors Of Commerce’ ProjectsThe Minnesota Department of Transportation is announcing more than $400 million in new road construction.
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.
Amid Rapid Warm-Up, Minnesota Floodwaters On The RiseWhen a flooded boat landing along the Minnesota River scuttled plans to launch an inspection boat, MnDOT bridge crew workers did the next best thing – they lowered it into the water with the help of a crane.