transportation

Telecommuting, or telework, isn’t a groundbreaking concept. Employees have literally been phoning it in for a generation or longer. In the early days, a teleworker could get by with a desk phone, fax machine, and perhaps a clunky desktop computer. Read More
Quality and balance are the driving forces behind Canadian-grown and Minnesota-made public transit producer and distributor New Flyer. New Flyer is a leading transit vehicle producer, delivering buses across the United States and Canada for the past 85 years, by driving buses directly to the customer. Read More
The Pioneer Press reported earlier this week that popular German-owned carsharing service Car2go is mulling service cuts in parts of St. Paul. According to the paper, the company wants to trim its service area to a cylindrical region encompassing downtown St. Read More


The Green Line light rail service connecting the downtowns of St. Paul and Minneapolis opened last summer. With ridership numbers surpassing expectations, Minnesota Business asked experts about the line’s impact on real estate and development. Read More

A Blue Line car plastered in advertising 

Metro Transit provides over 81 million rides per year and serves approximately 289,000 commuters in the Twin Cities every day. Read More
Trips in and out of Rochester just got easier. Read More
Doing business in Germany is about to get a little easier. From June 26 to Sept. 11, Condor Airlines will offer twice-weekly nonstop flights between Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and its base in Frankfurt, continental Europe’s largest financial center and a major hub for air and rail travel. Read More
On June 14, the long-awaited Green Line light-rail system will open for service. It runs on an 11-mile corridor connecting the downtowns of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Opening day will be celebrated with free rides (June 14-15) and other community events at eight stations on the line.
 
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Starting May 6, Utah-based SkyWest Airlines will offer twice-daily nonstop flights between St. Cloud Regional Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport. The flights will operate on 50-passenger Bombardier CRJ200 business jets. Tickets can be purchased through both SkyWest and United Airlines. Read More