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Southwest Light Rail Transit
Green Line Extension – Eden Prairie to Downtown Minneapolis
The Southwest Light Rail Transit (LRT) project (METRO Green Line Extension) will operate from downtown Minneapolis through the communities of St. Louis Park, Hopkins, Minnetonka, and Eden Prairie, passing in close proximity to Edina. It will be part of an integrated system of transitways, including connections to the METRO Blue Line, the Northstar Commuter Rail line, bus routes and proposed future transitways. The total estimated project cost of $1.79 billion will be funded through a mix of federal, state and local sources, with federal funds making up approximately half the total. At Target Field Station in Minneapolis, Green Line Extension trains will continue along the METRO Green Line, providing one-seat rides to the University of Minnesota, State Capitol area and downtown St. Paul.
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MN State Capitol Interior Repairs, Restoration, & Preservation | JE Dunn Construction
The capitol building, completed in 1905, is the State’s most famous landmark and has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1972. The focus of the Capitol Interior project is to take the building into the next 100 years of its life. The scope of the Project includes but is not limited to: asset preservation, remodeling, and other capitol improvements to, and restoration of, the Capitol Building and surrounding site. The building needs modernization with respect to accessibility.
The State Capitol will remain occupied for the duration of the project and all work performed in the restoration will support and accommodate the legislative sessions and business of the State as they occur. (READ MORE)
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