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Metro Transit, food vendors vow to improve after U.S. Bank Stadium opening


The day after the first big event at U.S. Bank Stadium, the overriding complaint about how it went could be captured in one word: Lines.

The longest ones — if a throng of people packed shoulder to shoulder can be called a line — formed on light-rail platforms outside the downtown Minneapolis stadium after Wednesday night’s sold-out professional soccer match, which drew 64,101 fans.

Riders sweated out the long wait for a train on the steamy night, then shoved and crunched into rail cars. Metro Transit reported that the last fan left the platform 90 minutes after the end of the match.


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