By Gyusung Sim
Those hoping to use the train to get in and out of downtown Minneapolis should change their plans to plan B.
Metro Transit announced there would be a shutdown, from stations at Target Field to Franklin Avenue in Minneapolis, started Friday evening and will continue until 3:30 a.m. Monday, reported by the CBS Local.
Service along the rest of the 12-mile Hiawatha rail line will operate normally, reported by the Star Tribune.
Metro Transit will supply bus service to the affected stops. Service south of Franklin Avenue should continue as usual.