Central Corridor in the News

November 7, 2013

Have you caught all the recent news coverage of the Green Line? Here is a recap:


Finance and Commerce reports that future tenants of two major development projects, The Episcopal Homes’ Midway Village senior housing project and Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity headquarters, are looking forward to their move-in dates next year.  

Minnesota Daily reported on October 9, 2013 that Metro Transit is taking extra precautions on the U of M campus to keep pedestrians safe.

As published in the Star Tribune on October 17th, the Central Corridor project offers chance for 'green' stormwater management.

On October 21, the Pioneer Press published “Two lanes for University Avenue, and more parking?” on a committee forming to study the current alignment of University Avenue and discuss potential improvements. 

The unique artwork installations at each station have been highlighted by the Pioneer Press “18 stops, 18 unique artworks for Central Corridor line” and by Kare11 news “Light Rail station honors Rondo neighborhood“.

And, on October 28, the Star Tribune published an interview with the architect of the Target Field Station, who says that the station design will be a gateway to the emergent North Loop residential-commercial area.


Keep up with all the latest news and see more stories like these in the News Archive on the Funders Collaborative website.