All of the water our planet will ever have is here right now.
The result is ever-growing opportunities for people to recreate, gather, and experience Minnesota outdoors.
Far too many people are spending more on housing than they can afford.
After years of study, hundreds of meetings and public comments, Southwest LRT planning moves forward.
Additional independent reviews will help resolve concerns about both freight location and water quality and level.
Here's why you should care about gaps the Met Council seeks to address
Much of the region is recovering from the recession, but poverty continues to increase in communities of color. Together, we can alter employment and income disparities by taking a regional approach.
The Southwest light rail line offers us an opportunity to accelerate the already positive economic momentum of the greater Twin Cities region while simultaneously moving our regional transit system closer to being the modern, intermodal system residents desire.
The 2013 legislative session is over and although many great legislative accomplishments will positively impact the work we do here at the Metropolitan Council, many of us are disappointed that the transit sales tax did not become law.
Four challenging topics will be focus of community meetings
Initiatives saved region's ratepayers, taxpayers $7.9 million in 2012.
Conference focuses on integrating land use and transportation investments
Furthering our shared vision
Governor asks for review of proposed stadium in Arden Hills
Transit to continue, for now
Don’t apply the brakes to transit funding now
Proposed cuts could devastate service