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The METRO Southwest Light Rail Transit Green Line Extension

14.5 miles. $2.003 billion.

Connecting People and Places Across the Minneapolis Metro Region and Neighboring Communities.

The METRO Southwest Light Rail Transit Green Line Extension (SWLRT) will serve downtown Minneapolis and 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. This project has a total budget of $2.003 billion.

RailWorks / Delta Joint Venture was brought on to the project as a major specialty contractor to maintain 5 miles of existing freight rail lines, and build 14.5 miles of Light Rail Track.

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Office Engineer

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