The light rail made a test run on the Central Corridor track in St. Paul on Sunday, news sources reported.
The train was towed down the Green Line, otherwise known as the Central Corridor, connecting downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul, MPR News reported.
There is no power running to the train yet, but crews were verifying clearance, the Pioneer Press reported.
The test run took a total of five hours, Pioneer Press reported.
The train will be towed back to Minneapolis on Wednesday, MPR News reported.
The light rail is the most complex and largest public-works project in state history and is 92 percent completed, MPR News reported.
The project is expected to be officially completed in 2014, Pioneer Press reported.