Served by light rail, more than 20 bus routes, I-394 express bus service, SouthWest Transit and the Northstar Commuter Rail line, Target Field is more accessible by public transit than any other ballpark in America. Use this page and plan ahead as public transit has become the preferred method of transportation to downtown events.
Metro Transit operates 125 interconnected bus routes throughout the Twin Cities. Many routes provide direct access to Target Field and downtown Minneapolis. Route 679 “Twins Express” operates directly between Target Field and a large Park & Ride ramp with free parking off of I-394 in Minnetonka.
The METRO Blue Line (Hiawatha) offers fast, quiet light-rail service directly to Target Field Station from 18 stations in Minneapolis and Bloomington. There are more than 2,800 free parking spaces at 28th Avenue, Fort Snelling and Lake Street/Midtown Stations. Buy an Event 6-Hour pass for an easy roundtrip. NEW for the 2013 season – trains serving Twins games will have more cars to give fans a more comfortable ride.
Northstar offers direct service to Target Field from stations in Big Lake, Elk River, Ramsey, Anoka, Coon Rapids and Fridley. Northstar Link bus service from St. Cloud and Becker is scheduled to connect with trains at Big Lake for every game.
SouthWest Transit offers rides to and from Twins games in 2013. Jump aboard the Twins Express Monday through Friday during the Twins season from Chaska, Chanhassen and Eden Prairie.
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Want personal help planning your transit trip? Call Metro Transit at 612-373-3333.
If your group is being transported by charter bus or school bus and in need of a bus parking pass, MPLS parking is the easiest way to make that possible. To order a Charter Bus or Bus Parking Permit you can call MPLS Parking at 612-339-7557, or click here to get information needed to obtain your permit today.