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Continued: Cedar Red Line seeks new stop in Eagan

  • Article by: LAURIE BLAKE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: January 31, 2014 - 6:17 AM

“The morning and afternoon peaks have an equal ridership traveling in both directions,’’ county transit planner Kristine Elwood said. “We believe the majority of these riders are traveling to jobs with traditional start times.”

The existing Eagan station will remain in use as a park-and-ride anchor, Elwood said. BRT riders will park there to walk to the new freeway stop and Minnesota Valley Transit Authority’s local buses, and some freeway express buses will continue to serve passengers there, she said.

 

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