EH? PLUS All-access bus pass
The Duluth Transit Authority is offering teenage riders a pass that allows for unlimited travel anywhere on DTA buses and the Port Town Trolley and discounted perks for June through August.
The pass ... Posted on 5/21/13 at 12:00 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legislative notebook: Higher ed OK'd
By Danielle Killey
Minnesota representatives approved increasing by $150 million spending on state colleges and universities.
Higher education, perhaps more than any other area, has been neglected f... Posted on 4/25/13 at 7:38 PM
NDAD INSIGHTS For loan: Vans with access for wheelchair users
If you haveever needed to use a wheelchair, or if you use one regularlyy now,you know how challenging travel can be.
Perhaps you just want tomake an appointment across town orattend a local event. Ma... Posted on 3/14/13 at 4:52 PM
THE NEW FORTY As soon as the temps warm up...
A few weeks ago when I noted that gas was down to $2.99 a gallon, I was a little excited at the prospect. I realize that being excited that gas is down to $2.99 is a sad statement about how far remove... Posted on 2/7/13 at 9:51 PM
North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple today appointed Grant Levi as executive director of the state’s Department of Transportation. Levi had been serving as the interim executive director since November 2012.
Mass transportation to and from the Boston area was virtually shut down Friday as police conducted a massive manhunt for a suspect in Monday's Boston Marathon bombing. The exception was air travel, as planes took off and landed at Logan International Airport.
High hopes of a major infusion of new money for Minnesota road, bridge and mass transit construction gave way Wednesday to the reality that the taxes needed to support those investments probably won't pass into law this year.
The planning for retail and other developments near 47th Avenue South should continue, a potential Interstate 29 interchange site there should be reserved, and a feasibility study should be conducted to determine if the interchange is justified.
Bus ridership in Grand Forks and East Grand Forks continues to increase, but the reason more people are taking the bus is unknown to city officials.From January to October of this year, more than 300,000 riders were recorded on buses — up from about 270,000 riders from this time last year.
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