Hiawatha Light Rail Damages causes Headache for Motorists

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All stations along the Hiawatha Light Rail line are back open. The line had been closed near Lake Street since early Monday morning.
A pedestrian bridge over Hiawatha Avenue will remain closed for now reports the Minnesota Daily.
Crews worked on the Sabo Bridge for five days. Friday they removed a set of broken cables, which was the cause for the light rail shut down. Temporary supports were added beneath the bridge.
For now, Hiawatha Avenue will remain closed, the Star Tribune reports.
Drivers are having to use detours which can add up to 20 minutes to their commute.

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