Crews Begin Post-Super Bowl Clean-Up in Minneapolis

February 05, 2018 07:04 AM

Crews were already at work Monday morning in downtown Minneapolis, removing street closure barriers and cleaning up after Super Bowl-related events.

Portland Avenue, Third, Fifth, and Sixth streets between Fifth and Park avenues are re-opening Monday morning. However, some streets will not reopen until Tuesday afternoon or even until mid-February.

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For those taking the light rail, Metro Transit Blue and Green Line trains are now back on their regular schedules.

Still, Minneapolis city officials advised everyone to expect a slow morning commute Monday.

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Meanwhile, some of the major Super Bowl event setups were already being taken down.

A KSTP crew stopped by Nicollet Mall overnight and saw some of the ice sculptures part of Super Bowl LIVE are already gone.

The mall hosted more than a week's worth of free concerts and activities.

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