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Construction hotline

Call the 24-hour hotline for problems such as blocked access to business or residential areas, improper traffic sign placement or parking issues: 612-373-3933

For emergencies, always call 911.

Community Outreach Coordinators

Community outreach coordinators are the first point of contact for anyone with questions or concerns about the Southwest LRT Project. They are available to provide detailed information about current and future activities, and will work with property owners and area residents to minimize disruption.

Each of the Southwest LRT community outreach coordinators is responsible for outreach to the community along a different segment of the route. Download a map of the community outreach areas (PDF), including outreach coordinators' contact information.

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Community Outreach Manager

David Davies

David Davies earned a master’s degree from the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs. He previously worked for the Minnesota Department of Agriculture and at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Center for Communication Programs. He served in the Peace Corps in Mozambique.

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Eden Prairie and Minnetonka

Stations: SouthWest, Eden Prairie Town Center, Golden Triangle, City West, Opus, Hopkins

James Mockovciak

James Mockovciak (pronounced Moh-KOV-ee-ack) has many years of outreach experience both in the United States and internationally. Mockovciak has a master’s degree in international development from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver.

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Hopkins and St. Louis Park

Station areas: Shady Oak, Downtown Hopkins, Blake Road, Louisiana Avenue, Beltine Boulevard, Wooddale Avenue.

Diane Anastos

Diane Anastos has a BS in Political Science from American University and a master’s degree in Public Administration from Hamline University. She has worked in both the public and nonprofit sectors serving in various capacities including communications, outreach, development and management, working with diverse communities. 

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Station areas: West Lake Street, West Twenty-First Street, Bryn Mawr, Bassett Creek Valley, Royalston Avenue/Farmers Market

Kaydee Kirk

Kaydee Kirk has been a professional in community development, urban planning, public engagement, and transportation for more than two decades. Her work has focused on building better communities through the development and delivery of projects and initiatives that bring together a diverse array of stakeholders.

Her previous professional experiences have been with the University of Minnesota’s Center for Transportation Studies, the University of Minnesota’s Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, the City of Brooklyn Park, Lakefront Supportive Housing, and UnidosUS. She has a Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree from the University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Affairs, an Urban Developers Program graduate certificate from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a BA from Augsburg University. 

Speaker requests

To request a speaker for a community meeting or other event, please contact:

David Davies, Public Involvement Manager
Phone: 612-373-3895

Data requests

The Metropolitan Council Data Access Procedures (PDF) document describes procedures for requesting public, private or confidential data maintained by the Council, including data related to the Green Line Extension (Southwest LRT) Project. The Project's Responsible Authority for data requests: :

Media inquiries

David Davies, Public Involvement Manager
Phone: 612-373-3895

General questions and comments


METRO Green Line Extension

Green Line Extension Project Office
Park Place West Building, Suite 500
6465 Wayzata Boulevard
St. Louis Park, MN 55426

Construction hotline: 612-373-3933