Green Line testing runs ramp up this week

  • Updated: February 24, 2014 - 7:05 PM
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A light-rail train made a test run in St. Paul before heading out on the 11-mile Green Line connector from downtown St. Paul to Minneapolis, set to begin operating June 14. Starting this week, training runs on the new commuter route will increase as train operators and crews conduct tests. People are reminded to look both ways at crossings at all times of day and night.

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  • A light-rail train made a test run in St. Paul before heading out on the 11-mile Green Line connector from downtown St. Paul to Minneapolis, set to begin operating June 14. Starting this week, training runs on the new commuter route will increase as train operators and crews conduct tests. People are reminded to look both ways at crossings at all times of day and night.

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