MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Metro Transit officials say Green Line service in Minneapolis has resumed after a reported mudslide Wednesday.
On late Wednesday morning, Metro Transit said there is no service from Stadium Village to West Bank due to the possible mudslide near the tracks between those stations.READ MORE: Twin Cities Jazz Festival Returns In June
Replacement bus service will be operating between the stations.
11:51 a.m. METRO Green Line update: Service remains suspended from Stadium Village (updated from East Bank) to West Bank. Replacement bus service will operate from Stadium Village to West Bank Station. Find board locations at https://t.co/SkUN7wqxO8
— Metro Transit (@MetroTransitMN) July 17, 2019READ MORE: Both Directions Of I-94 Closed Near Albany Following Fatal Crash, Serious Backup Collision
Shortly before noon, Metro Transit said engineers gave the green light to resume light rail service at all stations.
12:24 p.m. METRO Green Line update: Engineers have given the green light to resume light rail service at all stations. Thank you for your patience as we work to get back on schedule.
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