Blue Line Light Rail train in downtown Minneapolis. Photo by tracktwentynine on FlickrThe Blue Line (Hiawatha Line) is a 12.3 mile light rail line extending from Downtown Minneapolis to Mall of America that opened on June 26, 2004.  The line starts at the Target Field Station in downtown Minneapolis.  There are an additional 17 stops before reaching Mall of America.  These 19 stations serve many areas including the Metrodome, Cedar-Riverside, Midtown, Minnehaha Park, the VA Medical Center, and the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport, among others..  The Target Field Station also connects with the Northstar Line and it will connect with the Central Corridor line and other proposed light rail lines.  Additionally, this station is served by Bus Rapid Transit, which expands the reach of people riding on the Hiawatha Line.

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