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CONSTRUCTION CORNER: Ready to fly

CONSTRUCTION CORNER: Ready to fly

Minot International Airport’s expanded terminal takes shape

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Public transportation considered as Grand Forks Industrial Park grows

Public transportation considered as Grand Forks Industrial Park grows

GRAND FORKS-It's an area of Grand Forks with some of the region's largest employers, but it's also one of the only places public transportation doesn't reach.

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Roundabouts make Minnesota roads safer and slower

Roundabouts make Minnesota roads safer and slower

EYOTA, Minn.-Jan Jech has been coming to a place not far from where her husband spent his final moments for some time.

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North Dakota airports receive $8 million in federal funding

North Dakota airports receive $8 million in federal funding

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation is providing more than $8.5 million to North Dakota airports, including $6 million to repair the taxiway at Hector International Airport in Fargo, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp said in a news release Tuesday.

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Backers of downtown shuttle bus says it needs time to succeed

Backers of downtown shuttle bus says it needs time to succeed

FARGO—Since a Fargo-Moorhead downtown shuttle bus made its debut June 1, it has averaged three riders an hour.

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Fargo airport in talks for direct flights to Seattle

FARGO – Direct flights between here and Seattle are under discussion between an unnamed carrier and local airport and economic development authorities, an official involved said Monday.

New Winnipeg air service could pose challenge for Allegiant in Grand Forks

A new air service based in Winnipeg may eventually challenge the Grand Forks airport's draw for Canadian travelers.

'Sweet Ride' eases commute for American Crystal crew

'Sweet Ride' eases commute for American Crystal crew

FARGO--The brightly painted bus pulled into the parking lot and out spilled a dozen or so riders who quickly made their way to their cars and trucks.

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On first day of operation, F-M downtown shuttle bus sees few riders

On first day of operation, F-M downtown shuttle bus sees few riders

FARGO – Few people boarded a new downtown shuttle bus between Fargo and Moorhead on its first day of operation Monday, but a shuttle supporter says it is too early to make judgments.

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New Bowman airport opens for business

BOWMAN — A new airport east of Bowman that has been nearly a decade in the making is officially open for business.

To see why Amtrak's losses mount, hop on the Empire Builder train

To see why Amtrak's losses mount, hop on the Empire Builder train

ABOARD THE EMPIRE BUILDER - Its passengers are mostly silver-haired retirees, oil-field workers and a few young families gazing out the windows of Amtrak's least-profitable and third-longest line, rumbling from Chicago through eight states and on to the American West Coast.

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Intercity bus service launches in northwest Minnesota

Intercity bus service launches in northwest Minnesota

Two bus services with routes through northwest Minnesota have partnered to provide intercity routes between Thief River Falls, Crookston and Grand Forks.

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After Memorial Day, road construction to pick up around Detroit Lakes

After Memorial Day, road construction to pick up around Detroit Lakes

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – Drivers in the Detroit Lakes area can expect a brief reprieve this weekend from some of the area's recent construction-induced traffic delays along Highway 10, but Minnesota state transportation officials say enjoy it while you can.

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Fewer Fargo airport passengers suggests slowdown in region's growth

Fewer Fargo airport passengers suggests slowdown in region's growth

FARGO – After a long period of record increases, the number of people passing through the airport here has dipped, indicating that the pace of the region's economic growth may be moderating.

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Decline in airline boardings could affect revenue, services in Dickinson, officials say

Decline in airline boardings could affect revenue, services in Dickinson, officials say

Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport has recorded a decline in boarding tickets, which could affect revenue and services if it continues, officials said.

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