Metro Transit Route 7 and 32E buses that run along Plymouth Avenue in north Minneapolis have returned to their regular route, the transit agency announced Thursday.

For the past 18 days, buses have been on detour as protesters decrying the shooting of 24-year-old Jamar Clark set up an encampment outside the Minneapolis Police Department's Fourth Precinct and blocked Plymouth Avenue.

The street runs directly in front of the station.

On Thursday, police moved in around 4 a.m. and broke up the encampment and opened the street to traffic.

Buses had been on detour between Penn Avenue and Emerson and Fremont avenues while the street was blocked.

 



 

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