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Brooklyn Center Transit CenterPhoto of Brooklyn Center Transit Center

2900 County Road 10
Minneapolis, MN 55430 

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Description: As one of the busiest boarding locations in the Metro Transit system, Brooklyn Center Transit Center is a hub of activity. It provides customers with access to a variety of destinations throughout the Twin Cities region.

To Minneapolis: 5, 19, 22, 721, 724, 761, 762
To Brooklyn Park: 721, 722, 723, 724, 761
To Crystal, New Hope: 721
To Columbia Heights, Roseville: 801
To Robbinsdale, Crystal, New Hope, Plymouth: 717

    > Learn more about the rapid bus line, the C Line, that will serve the Brooklyn Center Transit Center

Features: The indoor waiting area is climate-controlled and equipped with public restrooms and a drinking fountain. Ten-minute parking and outdoor bike racks are available.

Safety and security: The facility is well-lit and equipped with security cameras.

Bicycle and pedestrian connection: The nearby Shingle Creek Regional Trail is part of the North Hennepin Regional Trail Corridor, which forms a loop extending from Elm Creek Park to Theodore Wirth Park. 

Nearby Go-To Card retailer: Cub Foods, 3245 County Road 10, Brooklyn Center

Adopt a Shelter: In 2007, local Brooklyn Center business and community groups, including MAD DADS, adopted this facility and all other bus shelters in the city. Adopting a transit facility is a demonstration of commitment to a clean and tidy community. Brooklyn Center was the first city in the Twin Cities to adopt all of its transit facilities.

Design and construction: $1.9 million
Opened: December 2004

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