Apple Valley station

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Apple Valley
Location 15450 Cedar Ave. S.
Coordinates 44°43′33″N 93°13′04″W / 44.72570°N 93.21775°W / 44.72570; -93.21775Coordinates: 44°43′33″N 93°13′04″W / 44.72570°N 93.21775°W / 44.72570; -93.21775
Line(s)
Connections 420, 440, 442, 475, 477, 480A
Construction
Disabled access Yes
History
Opened Old Station - Summer 1999
New Station - January 4, 2010
Services
Preceding station   Metro   Following station
Red Line Terminus

The Apple Valley Transit Station is a transit facility located in Apple Valley, Minnesota. It is owned by the City of Apple Valley and the MVTA. The transit station is near Cedar Avenue and Gaslight Drive. This station has 337 parking spaces and is almost full almost each weekday. It also serves the nearby communities of Lakeville and Farmington.

As part of the METRO Red Line BRT, the transit station was relocated. A construction groundbreaking ceremony took place on April 14, 2009 and an opening ceremony took place on January 7, 2010.

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Note: Route 420 is a reservation route and runs local service to Rosemount. Route 440 makes connections to Metro Transit Route's 22 (Minneapolis/Brooklyn Center) and 515 (66th Street/Richfield Commons/Southdale Mall) @ VA Medical Center and to BlueXpress Route's 491A (East Shakopee/Southbridge/Dakotah Parkway) and 492 (Downtown Prior Lake/Eagle Creek) @ Cedar Grove. Route 480A is non-stop along Palomino Drive, 127th Street and Galaxie Avenue and by-passes Burnsville via "A" terminal letter trips going Northbound to the Eagan Transit Station & St. Paul Union Depot.

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