MnPASS gates fixed, but too late for rush hour

  • Article by: Tim Harlow , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 10, 2014 - 1:20 PM

For the third time in a week, the gate arms to the reversible segment of the carpool lane at Hwy. 100 didn't work

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joe_mnJan. 10, 14 7:30 AM

who fixed it last week? call him up again

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GolfGuy81Jan. 10, 14 7:59 AM

Sounds like a dialed in operation

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bluedevil101Jan. 10, 14 7:59 AM

Another impact project from our friends at MNDOT.

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redeye12Jan. 10, 14 8:03 AM

This article updated at 7:25. When I came through this morning at 6:30, the traffic report said a tech was on the way. From where, Duluth? Three times in a week. Really? MNDot is a joke if they can't fix this right the first time.

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honeybooJan. 10, 14 8:08 AM

If somebody wanted to win the next election for governor, all they would have to do is campaign to close the 394 Lexus Lane and open it to all drivers.

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fratbubbaJan. 10, 14 8:28 AM

Is MNDOT and MNSURE run by the same people?

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rogerbJan. 10, 14 8:29 AM

Incompetence. It's becoming too acceptable.

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mrprogressiveJan. 10, 14 8:39 AM

Yeah, because only people who drive a Lexus can afford 25 cents to drive in the lane. It's all about how much you value your time.

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mgmallardJan. 10, 14 8:45 AM

Perhaps we should start check emails from staffers in the Governor's office. This may be paypack for objections to the SW light rail project.

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rogerbJan. 10, 14 9:54 AM

Except that this is not affecting the SWLRT bunch as much as the forgotten Plymouth/Minnetonka bunch. Since the ramp from NB100 is open, the SWLRT riders are still getting on the express lanes.

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