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Served by Hiawatha light rail, more than 20 bus routes, I-394 express bus service and - on special dates - the Northstar Commuter Rail line, Target Field is more accessible by public transit than any other ballpark in America. Use this page andplan ahead as public transit has become the preferred method of transportation to downtown events.


    Metro Transit operates a web of 118 interconnected bus routes across the Twin Cities. Check out new Route 679, which offers express service on I-394 to every home game. Most routes provide direct access to downtown Minneapolis with several routes stopping within one block of Target Field.


    With its terminal at Target Field Station, the Hiawatha Line offers fast, quiet light-rail service to 19 stations between downtown Minneapolis and Mall of America. Dozens of bus routes are timed to connect with trains at Hiawatha Line stations and there are more than 2,800 parking spaces at 28th Avenue, Fort Snelling and Lake Street/Midtown stations. Buy an Event 6-Hour Pass for an easy roundtrip.


    The Northstar Commuter Rail Line offers service from Big Lake to Target Field Station with stops in Elk River, Anoka, Coon Rapids and Fridley. Northstar provides service to Twins games on 53 special dates during the 2010 season. Check the Northstar schedule to ensure service is being provided to your game..


    Check here for transit news and service updates.

    Want personal help planning your transit trip? Call Metro Transit at 612-373-3333.