There are so many destinations to choose from: the history of the Capitol City, the cuisine along University Avenue, the energy of the University of Minnesota campus, the bustle of downtown Minneapolis.
METRO Green Line trains charge the same fares as the METRO Blue Line. Green Line trains begin service at 5 a.m. and run until 1 a.m. Seven days a week. Trips operate every 10 minutes throughout the day; every 10-15 minutes.
LOCAL PUBLIC TRANSIT: Connections to downtown Minneapolis, downtown St. Paul, Uptown, Dinkytown, West Bank, etc. are easy via several major bus lines located on adjacent and nearby streets. Click here to plan your route and schedule on the MetroTransit trip planner.
LRT: The Central Corridor light rail line, connecting the downtowns of Minneapolis and St. Paul via the U of M campus, runs along Washington Avenue in front of Dinnaken House with stops just a few short blocks in either direction. This line extends from the Union Depot in downtown St. Paul to the Target Field Transit Interchange in downtown Minneapolis, connecting the Central Line to destinations beyond (e.g., MSP International Airport, Big Lake Commuter line, etc.)
UNIVERSITY SHUTTLES: The East Bank Circulator stops at McNamara Alumni Center, just a few short blocks away. Click here to see the Campus map with Campus Connector and Circulator routes and stops.
REGIONAL TRANSIT: Service from Duluth and other regional cities as well as other states is easy to access at the Jefferson Lines transit stop located within one block of all Dinnaken Properties buildings. Click here to see the Jefferson Lines schedules and directory of Minnesota cities serviced.
FREEWAYS: Dinnaken is located just two blocks from the Huron Boulevard entrance/exit ramps to/from I-94 east and west. I-35W is a short drive from Dinnaken via University Avenue. Highway 280 is located just East of Dinnaken Properties via University Avenue or I-94. Follow these instructions for coming to Dinnaken Properties:
BIKES: Several bike routes surround Dinnaken properties, including the Mississippi River Parkway, University Avenue, etc. click here to see an interactive map of Minneapolis bike routes.