Southwest Light Rail Transit
METRO Green Line Extension – Eden Prairie to Downtown Minneapolis
The METRO Green Line Extension (Southwest LRT) will operate on a route from downtown Minneapolis through the communities of St. Louis Park, Hopkins, Minnetonka, and Eden Prairie.
The line will include 16 new stations and will be part of an integrated system of transitways, including connections to the METRO Blue Line, the Northstar Commuter Rail line, and many bus routes. At Target Field Station in Minneapolis, Green Line Extension trains will continue along the METRO Green Line, providing one-seat rides to the University of Minnesota, State Capitol area, and downtown St. Paul. Read more project facts.
Construction Open Houses
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Beginning next week on July 16, the Southwest Project Office is hosting an open house in each city along the project. Construction has begun throughout the corridor and these open houses will provide an opportunity to learn about on-going activities in your community and surrounding areas. The open houses are from 4:30 – 7:00 PM, with a short presentation at 6:00 PM, on the following dates:
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- Tuesday, July 16: St. Louis Park City Hall, Council Chambers
- Thursday, July 18: Eden Prairie City Center, Heritage Room
- Monday, July 22: Eagle Ridge Academy School, Cafeteria, Minnetonka
- Tuesday, July 23: Bryn Mawr Elementary School, Cafeteria, Minneapolis
- Thursday, July 25: Hopkins Depot, Railroad Room
Explore the route
Take a virtual flyover of the route of the METRO Green Line Extension from Eden Prairie through Minnetonka, Hopkins, St. Louis Park, and downtown Minneapolis. Key design features of the new light rail line include passenger stations, park-and-ride facilities, bridges, tunnels, and pedestrian/bicycle facilities. See more about the METRO Green Line Extension route and stations.