As a candidate and president, Trump has repeatedly expressed support for rail. His budget proposal, not so much.
Move MN’s transportation proposal may be good politics, but it is bad policy.
Minneapolis claims it cannot afford the bridge — but why can’t Minneapolis afford this bridge?
MnPASS has long used a proprietary operating system that limits the number of compatible suppliers of transponders and clips that fasten them to windshields to just one.
How you account for maintenance-cost inflation makes a big difference.
Republicans say “efficiencies” could go a long way toward paying for needed road and bridge improvements in Minnesota. What does that mean — and how would it work?
The $7 billion plan uses only $228 million from the state’s $1.9 billion surplus.
Now motorists who access the state’s 511 Traveler Information may learn that their routes are “partially covered” with winter precipitation rather than see the old term “fair.”
By converting four-lane streets to three-lane streets, city planners have found a nifty, low-cost way to accommodate bicyclists and enhance pedestrian safety.
Ignoring driverless cars in a 20-year transportation plan beginning in 2013 plan may turn out to be akin to ignoring horseless carriages in a 20-year transportation plan written in 1903.
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The Minnesota Department of Transportation ranks intersections based on a weighted analysis of crashes that occurred on each from 2008 to 2012.
Transportation Commissioner Charles Zelle is making the case for new investments to improve the system and keep Minnesota economically competitive.
The state faces resistance to plans to build walls along I-35 in the Marcy-Holmes, Beltrami and Como neighborhoods of Minneapolis
Suburban cyclists aren’t creatures entirely different from their city-dwelling counterparts. In fact, their concerns are right in line with cyclists everywhere.
A recap of the most important statewide transportation projects over the last year.
Think you know traffic circles? Think again.
A time-lapse video from MnDOT documents the moving of the Hastings bridge down river.
A recent Transportation and Public Works Committee vote on a Lake Street freeway ramp is a good example of how transportation politics plays out in American cities today.
MnDOT provided MinnPost with a list of the worst 20 across the state, and experts offer suggestions to make them safer.