Twin Cities congestion

Return of the Neighborhood Realtor

Stuck in Place I wouldn’t say we’re there yet, but . . . if Twin Cities traffic congestion continues to worsen, I see some side effects for the local housing market, and in particular, successful area Realtors who want to stay that way. Namely, it will (once again) be smart — and more lucrative — to...
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Twin Cities Traffic Bottlenecks — Updated

East is East, and West is West (and Never the Twain Shall Meet) The good news:  one of the Twin Cities biggest bottlenecks — the “T” formed by Interstate 35W and Highway 62 (Crosstown) about five miles south of downtown Minneapolis — has been dramatically improved. The bad news:  one of the biggest remaining bottlenecks, the Lowry...
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