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Metro Transit Public Art Program: METRO Blue Line

Public art at Cedar-Riverside Station.

The Public Art program expresses Metro Transit's commitment to excellence. Metro Transit encourages creativity and innovation in all things, including art in its public places. The integrated public art program supports function with forms that may inspire discovery in otherwise predictable spaces.

The METRO Blue Line has 19 stations spanning 12 miles between downtown Minneapolis and Mall of America in Bloomington. Click on a station name to learn more about the public art along the METRO Blue Line:

> Target Field Station

> Warehouse District/Hennepin Avenue Station

Nicollet Mall Station

Government Plaza Station

> U.S. Bank Stadium Station

Cedar-Riverside Station

Franklin Avenue Station

Image of public art at Lake Street/Midtown Station.

Lake Street Station

38th Street Station

46th Street Station

50th Street/Minnehaha Park Station

V.A. Medical Center Station

Ft. Snelling Station

> Terminal 1-Lindbergh Station

> Terminal 2-Humphrey Station

> American Boulevard Station

Bloomington Central Station

28th Avenue Station

Mall of America Station

Janet Zweig’s “Small Kindnesses, Weather Permitting” commission includes interactive artwork at 11 METRO Blue Line stations. View some examples of these kiosks by clicking the link below:

> Small Kindnesses, Weather Permitting

View public art along the Green Line at the METRO Green Line public art pages.

For additional information regarding the Public Art in Transit Program, please contact Mark Granlund, Public Art Administrator, at 612-349-7499 or


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