MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — 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, which is slower than what Metro Transit first predicted.

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At a public meeting last night, Mayor Chris Coleman reportedly said he’s open to giving the Green Line first dibs at traffic lights at smaller intersections along University Avenue.

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While Metro Transit operates the line, St. Paul controls the traffic lights along it.

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Coleman said at busier intersections, trains will still have to wait their turn.