Prices would drop by a dollar at most stations, except Fridley, where it would decrease by 25 cents. Council spokesman Bruce Howard told Minnesota Public Radio, "we believe there's a good number of people that we could attract to the system by putting Northstar on sale." The Metropolitan Council Transportation Committee will consider the proposal, the first price change in two-and-a-half years, on Monday.
Carleton College in Minnesota cancels all winter sports
Teams will still be allowed to practice and train, but no games.