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The planned Bryn Mawr Station will be located in a scenic valley close to the heart of Minneapolis, with easy access to the Bryn Mawr neighborhood and the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes. The Cedar Lake Trail, a popular route for walking and biking, passes right by the station site. The proposed station will be connected to Penn Avenue South and Wayzata Boulevard by an elevated, enclosed pedestrian bridge.
The design of the planned Bryn Mawr Station, above, includes a pedestrian bridge with stairs and elevator connecting the station to Penn Avenue and Wayzata Boulevard. The pedestrian bridge is visible behind the station platform.
A passenger drop-off area at the intersection of Penn Avenue and Wayzata Boulevard will be linked to Bryn Mawr Station by a pedestrian bridge with stairs and elevator. The station will also be connected to the popular biking and walking trails that pass through the area.