The Minneapolis Star Tribune covered the issue of the Hiawatha Line trains that was discussed in a Minneapolis City Council Meeting on Tuesday.
There were several things listed on the agenda from the meeting including: accepting funds from the Transit for Livable Communities for the Hiawatha Trail Extension Project, receiving, adjusting, and accepting the final costs of various capitol projects, increasing the appropriation and revenue for the extension project, and accepting over a $1 million for construction.
The Star Tribune focused on the closing of a gap along the Hiawatha Line trains that angered bicyclists, and briefly mentioned that the City Council approved the fix.
The article outlined the problem and the fix and briefly explained who would pay for the construction.
The Hiawatha Line issue was one of many on the agenda for Tuesday's meeting.