Light Rail Station
It’s being called the Grand Central Station of Minnesota. The newest light rail station opened Saturday at Target Field in downtown Minneapolis. It will serve as a hub for the light rail as well as Northstar trains. Commuters can also connect to bus routes and bike trails there.
Crews broke ground on a fancy new elevator station on Wednesday that will eventually allow riders of Metro Transit’s forthcoming Green light rail line to get from the street to the skyway in downtown St. Paul.
Crime is a serious issue at one stop on the light rail. And police have a new tactic to stop it.
A 60-year-old man is accused of trying to steal copper wire from a light rail station in St. Paul and causing nearly $20,000 in damage, according to charges filed Thursday in Ramsey County Court.
Police say a man somehow didn’t suffer any serious injuries after falling off a ledge and being dragged by a light rail train late Friday night.
The Target Field light rail station will get some sprucing up thanks to a $10 million federal grant from the Department of Transportation.
A 36-year-old Minneapolis man is accused of beating a man in the head with a baseball bat near a light rail station in Minneapolis, according to charges filed in Hennepin County Court on Thursday.