Central Corridor still faces potential obstacles

The proposed Central Corridor Alignment route
This map shows the proposed Central Corridor Alignment route through downtown St. Paul and the proximity it would run to several audio/visual recording studios, performance spaces, sanctuaries and historical sites.
MPR Graphic/Steve Mullis

The proposed Central Corridor light rail line is another step toward being built.

The Metropolitan Council, which is planning the line, and Minnesota Public Radio have agreed on ways to mitigate the effect that noise and vibration will have on MPR.

The agreement resolves a significant issue for the line, but it still faces obstacles. MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with Peter Bell, the chairman of the Met Council.

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