Light Rail Reopens Downtown after Emergency Repairs

Light Rail Reopens Downtown after Emergency Repairs Photo: KSTP/File

April 12, 2018 01:25 PM

Blue and Green Line light rail trains in downtown Minneapolis are up and running again after more than an hour disruption Thursday afternoon.

Metro Transit told riders to "expect significant delays" due to an emergency manhole repair. Riders are advised they might see "residual delays" as Metro Transit works to get back on schedule.


All stops between Target Field and U.S. Bank Stadium were closed before light rail service began running with delays between U.S Bank Stadium and Warehouse District Stations.   

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