MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Those in the North Metro will be saving some extra cash starting next month.

Trips on the Northstar Commuter Rail will be going down by $1 starting Aug. 1.

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That means the most expensive trip, from Big Lake to Minneapolis, will cost $6 each way.

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Trips from Elk River, Anoka and Coon Rapids will also go down by $1.

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Metro Transit is hoping the change in fares will attract more riders to the train.