Earlier this month, the Federal Transit Administration sent what’s called the full funding grant agreement for the $2 billion project to Congress, triggering a 30-day review that is mostly a formality.
As Edina and St. Louis Park raise the legal age for purchasing tobacco, Minnesota city councils are joining a movement that’s gaining traction nationwide.
Part 1: Grays Bay to Knollwood Mall. From a strictly pedestrian perspective, it’s a disheartening place to begin a walk of the creek.
One issue: the train line will pass close by the Claremont Apartments, a five-building 318-unit “luxury” development on Smetana Road.
Historically, trickle-down transit leaves cities with reduced quality, less reliable bus service, fewer routes, reduced frequency, and often fare increases.
Greene, who defeated Anne Mavity with 53 percent of the vote, fills the 3rd District seat vacated by Gail Dorfman.
The fourth of four candidate Q&As ahead of the April 29 primary for the Minneapolis-St. Louis Park seat.
The meeting of the Metropolitan Council and Hennepin County Regional Railroad Authority had been scheduled for May 12, but there were notification issues.
The third of four candidate interviews ahead of the April 29 primary for the Minneapolis-St. Louis Park seat.
The second of four candidate Q&As ahead of the April 29 primary for the Minneapolis-St. Louis Park seat.
The first of four candidate interviews ahead of the April 29 primary for the Minneapolis-St. Louis Park seat.
After a 14-2 ‘yes’ vote to put freight, LRT and bikes in a Minneapolis corridor, the Met Council needs consent from the city that has screamed the loudest ‘no.’
A tunnel became the essential link that enabled the Hiawatha roadway and, later, the Hiawatha LRT (now known as the Blue Line) to get built.
Solving this conflict will mean coming up with extreme ideas — or maybe just simple compromises.