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The Opus business park is a major regional employment center, with more than 12,000 jobs in a wide range of industries including health care, technology and real estate. The area features a network of trails for easy pedestrian and bicycle access.
The planned Opus Station, above, would be located in the Opus business development and connected to the area's extensive network of bicycle and pedestrian trails.
The planned Opus Station, above, will be near the intersection of Bren Road East and Bren Road West in the Opus business development. The station design includes a small park-and-ride lot and connections to the trail network.
The Metropolitan Council created this narrated design visualization showing key elements of the METRO Green Line Extension in Minnetonka and Hopkins. The visualization shows Opus Station in Minnetonka and the Operations and Maintenance Facility and Shady Oak Station in Hopkins. It illustrates features of the light rail stations, pedestrian facilities, and how light rail will operate along with street traffic.