With some help from the Minnesota Vikings relocating their games to TCF Bank in Stadium Village, the new Green Line LRT between St. Paul and Minneapolis saw more than 1 million riders in September.
Green Light light-rail service is running again in St. Paul after a train hit a pedestrian.
Service along the Green Line LRT was disrupted Monday afternoon in St. Paul. Metro Transit said that buses were replacing trains between the Downtown East and Raymond Avenue Stations.
A Metro Transit Green Line train collided with a car Sunday afternoon. According to Metro Transit officials, the accident occurred around 4:30 p.m. when a car attempted to turn left in front of a westbound train.
The woman who was struck and killed by a light-rail train in St. Paul over the weekend has been identified. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s office says that 42-year-old Shana Buchanan, of Minneapolis, was killed after she was hit by a train.
Metro Transit is looking into its first major accident after a woman was killed along the Green Line Sunday morning. The woman crossed in front of a train as it pulled into the Westgate Metro Station in St. Paul, Minn.
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a light-rail train in St. Paul Sunday morning. According to Metro Transit, the accident happened near the Westgate Station along the Green Line.
A man is in the hospital Monday after being struck by a Green Line light-rail train. It happened just after 1 p.m. at the intersection of University Avenue and Chatsworth Street in St. Paul, Minn.
Preseason football is underway, and without a home of their own the Minnesota Vikings have moved in to their temporary home at TCF Bank Stadium That means some big changes for fans.
The new green light rail line has been up and running for a month, without any major problems, but some have complained about how long a trip takes. Currently, it takes about 53 minutes to get from downtown St. Paul to downtown Minneapolis.
After disruption during construction and disagreement over its need, there’s little debate the Metro Transit’s Green Line is off to a successful launch. That’s thanks to strong ridership from people like Melanie Wayne. She brought her girls down from Ham Lake for a light rail excursion.
Now that the light rail’s new Green Line is up and running, some businesses in St. Paul are hoping it’ll pay off. Not the least among them, food trucks. Many local food trucks don’t spend much time in St. Paul but that could soon be changing.
Despite the weather, the debut of the Metro Transit Green line is being hailed as a big success. On Saturday, about 45,000 people took advantage of free service to try out the new line connecting downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. But along the corridor, there is concern about safety.
The Green Line light rail that runs between St. Paul and Minneapolis is opening for business. Service on the Green Line will officially start at 10 a.m. Saturday after a ribbon cutting ceremony at Union Depot on St. Paul.