Due to significant road closures on May 10, 11, and 12, the Minnesota Twins, the Department of Transportation, the City of Minneapolis, Metro Transit, and many other partners are working together to mitigate traffic congestion as much as possible and to spread the word to people who are coming Downtown this weekend so they can plan ahead. Fans are strongly urged to plan ahead and seek alternate routes to Target Field.May 10
The roadways will re-open by 5 a.m. Monday, May 13. For additional information and suggested detour routes, please visit http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/parkandportland/.
Downtown is an urban setting that provides transportation opportunities to meet everyone's desired experience, whether you want to drive, ride a bus, take a train, or bike or walk.
When visiting Downtown, Target Field, or Target Center, there are four tips people should remember to minimize delays and maximize their enjoyment of all the activities happening Downtown.
Many City departments, the Minnesota Twins, the Minnesota Vikings, the Minnesota Ballpark Authority, Target Center, the Minnesota Department of Transportation, Hennepin County, Metro Transit, ABC Ramps, the Warehouse District Business Association, and others are all taking steps to make event days in Downtown success. To help fans plan ahead and make the most of their experience, these partners have collaborated to create DestinationTargetField.com on the Minnesota Twins Web site. The site helps folks explore all their options for getting to Downtown events, whether it's by car, on a bus or train, or by biking or walking.