Terminal 2–Humphrey station

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Terminal 2–Humphrey in 2014
Location 7115 Humphrey Drive
Coordinates 44°52′27″N 93°13′27″W / 44.8742°N 93.2241°W / 44.8742; -93.2241Coordinates: 44°52′27″N 93°13′27″W / 44.8742°N 93.2241°W / 44.8742; -93.2241
Owned by Metro Transit
Line(s)
Platforms Island platform
Connections None
Construction
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone Airport zone: Free service to Terminal 1–Lindbergh, standard fare to other stations.
History
Opened December 4, 2004
Services
Preceding station   Metro Transit   Following station
toward Target Field
Blue Line

Terminal 2–Humphrey is a light rail station is on the Metro Blue Line. It is the fifteenth stop southbound.

This is a center-platform station and is typically accessed via a partially covered walkway from Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport's Humphrey Terminal. Service began at this station when the second phase of the Blue Line opened on December 4, 2004.

The southern portal to the tunnels underneath the airport is located just to the north of this station. Service between this station and Lindbergh Terminal is free to passengers and operates 24-hours a day. The Blue Line is the main mode of transportation to transfer between terminals.

The station closed on September 9, 2006, to allow for construction of a new parking garage.[citation needed] It reopened on September 8, 2007.[citation needed]

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