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Twin Cities traffic inching toward pre-pandemic levels MnDOT says traffic is within 10% of normal after dipping by half last spring. GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — You can check in with the Minnesota Department of Transportation to gauge metro traffic levels.  “Fill up every day,” Judge says as he pumps gas at a Golden Valley Holiday station. Judge puts about 200 miles a day on metro roads delivering dental products. “During the start of COVID, it was really nice. No traffic. I could get where I wanted to go easy. Now, it's getting really tight." “Yeah, we are kind related site of seeing the same thing,” Brian Kary, MnDOT’s director of traffic operations, says. “Traffic volumes seem to be kind of rebounding now.” Twin Cities traffic that was down by half during March of last year is now back to within 10% of pre-pandemic levels, according to Kary. “We have been kind of seeing this upward trend since probably about January or so,” Kary says. “Could be some people kind of going out more, some people returning back to work.” So far, afternoon drive has been more congested than morning. “Even looking at last week compared to this week, it seems like there's a little bit of a jump,” Kary says. Predicting what comes next isn't easy. The biggest unknown: telework and the number of people who will continue to work from home even after COVID restrictions are lifted. “That's a big question mark for us right now,” Kary says, “because that could really play into the amount of congestion that we kind of return to. And even if a small sample of people continue to telework, at least part time, that can have some big impacts on our system and help relieve a lot of that congestion. Less congestion would be fine with Judge. “Absolutely,” he says.

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New York Jets defensive tackle Quinnen Williams looks Robert Saleh hopeful Quinnen Williams will be healthy by training camp New York Jets defensive tackle Quinnen Williams looks on from the sideline against the New Orleans Saints during an NFL preseason football game at MetLife Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke By Al Iannazzone al.iannazzone@newsday.com FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Quinnen Williams underwent surgery to repair a broken bone in his foot. The Jets anticipate the third-year defensive tackle will be back for training camp in late July. "His surgery went well," coach Robert Saleh said. "Everything was a success. We’re expecting him back I believe for training camp." The timetable for Williams is 10-12 weeks, so his return could linger into August. The injury happened last week while Williams was doing on-field drills at the Jets' practice facility. Saleh said it was the kind of injury "that was eventually going to happen anyway." Although Williams will miss valuable time during OTAs and the mandatory minicamp learning the new defensive system, Saleh is thankful it happened now rather than later. "It could have been worse," Saleh said. "For it to happen now so they can get it fixed and he can be ready for training camp rather than it happening in training camp and now he’s missing half the season, the timing of it all was good . . . The fact that he’ll be ready for training camp is still a positive." Six of the Jets’ 10 draft picks have signed their rookie deals: linebackers Jamien Sherwood and Hamsah Nasirildeen, cornerbacks Michael Carter II, Jason Pinnock and Brandin Echols and defensive tackle Jonathan Marshall. The Jets also signed 12 undrafted free agents: defensive back Isaiah Dunn (Oregon State), linebackers Camilo Eifler (Illinois) and Brendon White (Rutgers), defensive lineman Michael Dwumfour (Rutgers), defensive end Hamilcar Rashed (Oregon State), safety Jordyn Peters (Auburn), offensive linemen Parker Ferguson (Air Force), Grant Hermanns (Perdue), Tristen Hoge (BYU) and Teton Saltes (New Mexico), tight end Kenny Yeboah (Mississippi) and kicker Chris Naggar (SMU). Saleh said the Jets are "very excited" about Naggar and he has a chance to earn the kicking job. By clicking Sign up, you agree to our privacy policy . Saleh, the former defensive coordinator for the 49ers, ran his first practice as a head coach Friday.

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