The Southwest Light Rail Transit project’s federal funding application is still under review in Washington D.C., but in St. Louis Park on Wednesday local leaders were looking way beyond that key decision point.
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While expressing concern that the Southwest Light Rail Transit Project’s momentum could make an ongoing environmental review essentially “meaningless,” a federal judge on Tuesday denied a motion for a quick ruling in one of the lawsuits against the Metropolitan Council over project.
The Metropolitan Council on Wednesday afternoon voted to approve a Southwest Light Rail Transit project slimmed down in both budget and scope.
Members of a key Southwest Light Rail Transit project committee agreed Wednesday to a package of cuts that will shave more than $250 million off its nearly $2-billion price tag.
LOWRY HILL — Neighbors of the Kenilworth Corridor aired concerns about tanker trains hauling hazardous material alongside the Southwest Light Rail line both during and after construction at a public hearing at Dunwoody College of Technology Thursday evening.
The five cities along the proposed Southwest Light Rail Transit line began to home in Wednesday on the cuts it will take to reduce the project’s budget by roughly $341 million.
The Federal Transit Administration released a long-awaited report on the potential environmental impacts of the Southwest Light Rail Transit project Thursday morning.
Metropolitan Council staff on Tuesday released a mix-and-match menu of options for cutting at least $341 million from the cost of the Southwest Light Rail Transit project.
The Southwest Light Rail Transit project’s charge toward $2 billion has local policymakers twirling their budget lassos.
The team working on the beleaguered Southwest Light Rail Transit project is facing challenging decisions as it confronts a ballooning budget nearing $2 billion.