Lexington Station Area
Located near the intersection of Lexington Avenue and University. Surrounded by community assets, including: Wilder Foundation, Hubb Center, Creative Arts High School, Gordon Parks High School, Central High School, Central Medical, Skyline Towers, Church of St. Peter Claver, Oxford/Jimmy Lee Community Center and the Central Corridor Resource Center.
Photograph by Kristine Arnold, Gordon Parks High School Student
Connectivity and Walkability
Connections Drawing from the Lexington Station Area Plan
Current Bus Routes
Station Area Plan
The Station Area Plans are apart of the City of Saint Paul’s Central Corridor development strategy and are meant to address the areas approximately 1/4 mile around the proposed LRT stations along University Avenue. Plans address issues of building scale; public realm and open space; public art; and bicycle, pedestrian, transit, and automobile movement. They are not meant to address station design. The design, engineering and construction of the LRT line itself is the responsibility of the Metropolitan Council.
Illustrated Map- click to view larger PDF
The Metropolitan Council is responsible for the planning and construction of the Central Corridor Light Rail Line.
Met Council Outreach Coordinator: Shoua Lee, 651-602-1014, email@example.com