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What You Can Do to Ensure the Unhoused Have a Place to Stay in Light of the Green Line Shutdown

Last week, Metro Transit replaced overnight service on the Green Line with buses.   Maintenance needs are the main reason that overnight Green Line service needs to end, according to Metro Transit officials. “We are making this change to allow for safer and more timely maintenance along the Green Line corridor,” said Metro Transit General Manager […]

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Transit Tour Series: The Green Line

With much of the line built along University Avenue, the old Twin Cities interurban spine, a trip along the Green Line highlights historic institutions of education and government as well as many preservation efforts to adapt old spaces for new purposes. From one transit hub to another, we’ll start at Target Field Station and end […]

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For Detours, the Green Line Needs Much Better Public Information

This Saturday, June 4th, I enjoyed watching Minnesota’s best athletes, the national women’s basketball champion team at the Target Center. The Lynx just won their seventh straight game, 80-63, remaining undefeated this season. Dallas gave them lots of tense moments, with many times being within a handful of points of taking the lead. After the game, […]

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Nice Ride, the Green Line, and the Griggs Bikeway

Note: This post is part of the streets.mn/Nice Ride crowdsource conversation, a series of crowdsourced looks at how to expand or improve Nice Ride planning.Check out the rest here.   I live in the Lexington-Hamline neighborhood of Saint Paul, which stretches from University Avenue south to Summit Avenue between Hamline Avenue and Lexington Parkway. When Nice […]

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Secrets of St. Paul’s Green Line

Jump on the Green Line light rail, grab your bike or break out your walking shoes and challenge yourself to discover St. Paul’s secrets. From the next best stop for spring rolls to public art and shop windows stuffed with curious knickknacks, this scavenger hunt-style tour makes you a tourist in your own backyard! Register […]

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Green Line Feeder Buses Succeed

The Green Line is the spine of the Central Corridor, fed by a network of bus routes that were extended and given enhanced frequencies and hours of service to complement the LRT. We now have numbers that indicate that the feeder buses are doing their job, attracting more passengers to LRT. The data source is […]

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