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The Central Corridor line will pass through the heart of the Twin Cities campus,which attracts 80,000 people on a typical day. Washington Avenue is Minnesota's Research Corridor, and the hub for University residence halls, Coffman Memorial Union, the graduate and professional schools, the Institute of Technology, the University libraries, and dozens of heavily used classrooms.
The Central Corridor line will include three stations that directly serve the Twin Cities campus: the Stadium Village, East Bank, and West Bank stations.
On the east side of downtown Minneapolis at the Metrodome, the Central Corridor line will connect with the existing Hiawatha line. Heading east, the Central Corridor line will cross Interstate 35W and follow Washington Avenue as it approaches the West Bank. The line will continue over the Mississippi River on the Washington Avenue Bridge to the East Bank. Shortly afterward, the line will head east to 29th Avenue, where it will curve to realign with University Avenue and continue on to St. Paul.
Station Area Context
Spaced approximately one-half mile from each other, the three proposed LRT stations on the Minneapolis campus are as follows.
West Bank Station
East Bank Station
Stadium Village Station
September 2010 Agreement
Ambient Vibration Data
April 2010 Framework Agreement
University Memorandum of Understanding
Board of Regents Resolution - 2009
Board of Regents Resolution - 2008
University Official FEIS Comments
CCLRT Record of Decision
Summary of University of Washington Agreement with Puget Sound Transit