Green Line service has resumed near the University of Minnesota after a 90-minute interuption caused by an electrical problem.  Trains began rolling just after 9 a.m., Metro Transit said.

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Metro Transit is using buses to shuttle Green Line riders between the Raymond Avenue and West Bank stations Wednesday morning after a train experienced a "power issue," an agency spokesman said.

The train became stuck about 7:30 a.m. near the Stadium Village Station, said spokesman Howie Padilla.

Metro Transit deployed buses to move passengers while crews towed the disabled train to a service garage.

Padilla said he hopes full service will resume by 9 a.m. 

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