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D O W N T O W N S T . P A U L
Take the Green Line – board on 5th St.
E AT S T R E E T
More than 55 restaurants in the space of 20 blocks on
Nicollet Avenue. Take Route 17 or 18 – board on 3rd or 2nd
Ave. S.
F I R S T A V E N U E
This famous night club hosts the best of local and national
musical acts. Take Routes 5, 19, 22 and 94.
F R E E R I D E B U S
Look for buses marked “Free Ride” on Marquette, 2nd and
3rd avenues for travel between Grant St. and
Washington Ave.
G R E Y H O U N D A N D
J E F F E R S O N L I N E S S TAT I O N
Connect to intercity transit routes. Take any Hennepin Ave.
route or Route 5, 19 or 22 on 7th St.
M A L L O F A M E R I C A
A shopper’s paradise, with more than 500 stores just a short
train ride away. By train: board the Blue Line on 5th St.
M I N N E A P O L I S C O N V E N T I O N C E N T E R
This facility hosts events and conventions for international
and local clientele. Take Route 10, 17, 18, 25, or 59 on 3rd or
2nd Ave. S.
M I N N E A P O L I S I N S T I T U T E O F A R T S ( M I A ) /
C H I L D R E N ’ S T H E AT R E C O M P A N Y ( C T C )
MIA is known internationally as one of America’s great
museums. CTC offers productions of classic children’s tales.
Take Route 11A – board on 3rd Ave. S.
M I N N E H A H A F A L L S P A R K
One of Minneapolis’ oldest and most popular parks, it has a
53-foot waterfall, walking and bike paths, bike rentals and a
dog park. By train: board the Blue Line on 5th St.
M S P I N T E R N AT I O N A L A I R P O R T
The Blue Line serves both Terminal 1 – Lindbergh and Terminal
2 – Humphrey. Take the Blue Line – board on 5th St.
S TAT E C A P I T O L ( S T . P A U L )
A stunning historic site outside downtown St. Paul offering
hourly guided tours. Take the Green Line – board on 5th St.
TA R G E T C E N T E R
Home of Timberwolves and Lynx basketball, concerts and
more. By bus: take any Hennepin Ave. route or Route 5, 19 or
22 on 7th St. By train: board the Blue or Green Line on 5th St.,
get off at Warehouse District/Hennepin Ave Station.
TA R G E T F I E L D
Home of the Minnesota Twins. By train: board the Blue or
Green Line on 5th St.
U P T O W N
A vibrant area with eclectic restaurants and specialty stores.
Take Route 17 – board on 3rd or 2nd Ave. S. Take Route 6 or
12 – board on Hennepin Ave.
W A L K E R A R T C E N T E R A N D
S C U L P T U R E G A R D E N
One of the nation’s premier resources for contemporary art.
Take Route 4, 6 or 12 – board on Hennepin Ave.
W E I S M A N A R T M U S E U M /
U N I V E R S I T Y O F M I N N E S O TA
Designed by Frank Gehry, the museum features early 20th-century
American artists. It’s located on the campus of the University of
Minnesota. By train: board the Green Line on 5th St.
G E T T I N G A R O U N D B Y B U S A N D L I G H T R A I L
W HERE TO GE T
INFORMAT ION
Online
Visit metrotransit.org and click on How to Ride
for answers to all your questions about riding
the train or bus. Use the online Trip Planner and
you’ll have a personalized itinerary in seconds.
By phone
Our transit experts provide everything you
need to complete your trip. Give them a call
at 612-373-3333 (TTY 612-341-0140).
In person
Visit our service centers in downtown
Minneapolis and St. Paul for answers to
questions about routes, schedules or fares.
CONNEC T ING FROM
THE A IRPOR T
From Terminal 1 – Lindbergh baggage claim
area, take the elevator or escalator to the
lower level. Follow the Ground Transportation
signs to the tram, which will take you to the
Transit Center.
Blue Line service to downtown
Minneapolis or Mall of America:
Take the escalator down one level from
the tram and buy a rail ticket at the ticket
machine. Continue down another level to
the rail platform.
Trains operate roughly every 10–15 minutes
during most of the day. Travel time to Mall
of America is 11 minutes, to downtown
Minneapolis is 25 minutes.
At Downtown East Station, you can transfer to
a METRO Green Line train for service to the
University of Minnesota and downtown
St. Paul.
Bus service to downtown St. Paul:
Board Route 54 at Gate 4 at the Transit Center,
up one level from the tram. Service operates
roughly every 15 minutes. Travel time is
20 minutes.
From Terminal 2 – Humphrey, follow the signs
to the Transit Station.
C A SH FA RE S
Fares range from $1.75 to $3 depending on
time of travel and type of service.
On trains, buy a ticket from machines at rail
stations. Tickets are valid for bus and METRO
train rides for 2½ hours. Credit cards are
accepted and change is available. Keep
your ticket as proof of fare payment to
police officers who patrol trains.
On buses, place dollar bills or coins in the farebox.
Sorry, change is not available. To transfer to
another bus or train, ask for a transfer, which is
valid for bus and METRO Line rides for 2½ hours.
FA RE OP T IONS
All are available on the bus and at
the rail ticket machine.
Downtown Zone
Ride within the Minneapolis or St. Paul
Downtown Zones for only 50¢ at any time.
(Transfers are not available.)
Day Pass
Get unlimited rides on buses and METRO Lines
for a full 24 hours. All for $6.
Visitor Pass
For just $4.50, this pass includes an entire day’s
worth of rides (not valid on Northstar or
express buses).
All fares subject to change.
Cedar Grove
140th St
147th St
Apple Valley
Transit Station
West Bank
East Bank
Prospect Park
Westgate
Raymond Ave
Fairview Ave
Snelling Ave
Hamline Ave
Lexington Parkway
Stadium Village
Victoria St
Dale St
Western Ave
Capitol/Rice St
Robert St
10th St
Central
Union Depot
Cedar-Riverside
Franklin Ave
Lake St/Midtown
38th St
46th St
50th St/Minnehaha Park
VA Medical Center
Fort Snelling
Airport – Terminal 1
Airport – Terminal 2
American Blvd
Bloomington Central
28th Ave
Mall of America
Target Field
Warehouse District/Hennepin Ave
Nicollet Mall
Government Plaza
Downtown East
METRO LINES
06-037-04-15
TA K E T H E T R A IN –
it’s fast, reliable and affordable
The METRO system (Blue, Green & Red lines) is
ideal for visitors because it connects you to many
of the major Twin Cities destinations: downtown
Minneapolis, the airport, University of Minnesota
downtown St. Paul and Mall of America. The
system operates every day in all weather and
traffic conditions — you won’t miss your flight.
Travel times:
612-373-3333
metrotransit.org
G E T T I N G A R O U N D B Y L I G H T R A I L
Downtown
Minneapolis
Terminal 1 –
Lindbergh
23 minutes
Downtown
Minneapolis
Terminal 2 –
Humphrey
25 minutes
Downtown
Minneapolis
Downtown
Minneapolis
Downtown
Minneapolis
Mall of
America
U of M
Downtown
St. Paul
35 minutes
10 minutes
45 minutes

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