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U.S. Bank Stadium

Take Metro Transit to U.S. Bank Stadium

Green line near U.S. Bank Stadium

It's the hottest ticket in town – any game or concert going on inside U.S. Bank Stadium. The home of the Minnesota Vikings and host to a variety of top events has a METRO light rail station just steps outside the front door!

Take the METRO Blue or Green lines straight to the stadium or hop on a bus. Getting to U.S. Bank Stadium on Metro Transit is easy, convenient and you won't deal with downtown traffic or pay for parking! 

U.S. Bank Stadium Station is in the center of East Town, a growing district featuring sports, performing arts, museums, healthcare and new restaurants, hotels and event spaces. Relax in Commons Park across the street from the station, or walk to the Stone Arch Bridge that crosses the Mississippi just a couple of blocks away from the stop.

bus icon Bus

These bus routes stop at or near U.S. Bank Stadium:

 Light Rail icon METRO Blue & Green lines

Whether you're coming from the south metro, St. Paul or are "railgating" with friends in downtown Minneapolis, taking light rail to U.S. Bank Stadium is a snap. Both lines drop off right outside the stadium doors.

Many bus routes connect to the METRO Green Line. Start your trip on routes 21, 63, 65, 678487 or METRO A Line and transfer for free to the Green Line for service to U.S. Bank Stadium Station.

Taking the METRO Blue Line? Park for free and hop on! Park in one of 2,600 free spaces along the METRO Blue Line at 30th Avenue and Fort Snelling stations and get an All-Day Pass for an easy roundtrip. It's valid from time of purchase until 2 a.m. the next day!

  • Download our app for iOS or Android and buy your rail ticket instantly!

Northstar icon Northstar Line

NOTE: Northstar is operating special service to Vikings games

Carpool icon Carpool

Save on gas and parking costs when you double up. Metro Transit can help you find someone who wants to share the ride. Try our Ridematching program.

Bicycle icon Bicycle

All buses and trains have free bicycle racks so you can take transit part of the way and pedal the rest.