Burnsville (MVTA station)

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Burnsville Transit Station
Location 100 E. Highway 13
Coordinates 44°46′44″N 93°16′34″W / 44.778918°N 93.276184°W / 44.778918; -93.276184Coordinates: 44°46′44″N 93°16′34″W / 44.778918°N 93.276184°W / 44.778918; -93.276184
Connections 421, 426, 444, 460, 465U
Construction
Disabled access Yes
History
Opened 1995
Services
Preceding station   Metro   Following station
  Proposed  
Orange Line

The Burnsville Transit Station is a transit facility located in the downtown vicinity of Burnsville, Minnesota, and is the flagship station of the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority. It is a major park and ride location, with approximately 1200 parking spaces. It is also a major route transfer hub for the south of the river suburbs. The station also features indoor climate-controlled waiting, pay phones, restrooms, drinking fountains, vending machines, bus pass sales, newspaper sales and transit information. Due to recently high levels of park and ride demand, MVTA has also started service from the Heart of the City park and ride, only 3 blocks away. It will also serve the planned METRO Orange Line bus rapid transit service, although the transit center is located about 2/3 of a mile (1 km) away from I-35W where the line will run.

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