Target Field station (formally known during construction under the names of Minneapolis Intermodal Station & Downtown Minneapolis Ballpark Station) is a multimodal commuter train and light rail station in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Located in the North Loop area of Downtown Minneapolis, the name of the station reflects that of the new Minnesota Twins baseball stadium located next to the station, Target Field. Light rail service started November 14, 2009; commuter rail service started November 16, 2009.
The light rail station platform runs northwest/southeast on the 5th Street North bridge over the commuter rail tracks, while the commuter train platform runs northeast/southwest below at ground level between two tracks. By the commuter platform, there is a third track on the northwest side that allows freight traffic to bypass the platform tracks.