Minnesota Department of Transportation

511 Travel Info

ABC Ramps

Ramp facts

Outside of Ramp B
  • Ramp A has 3,518 stalls. Ramp B has 1,612 and Ramp C has 1,473. Combined, they have the largest parking capacity in downtown Minneapolis.
  • The ramps were built from 1989 to 1992. Learn more about the ramps’ history.
  • In 2010, MnDOT made improvements to the ramps, mainly in response to the development of Target Field by the Minnesota Twins baseball team and light rail train. Among the improvements were:
    • Street-level entrances
    • A skyway connecting Ramp B to Target Field
    • Enhanced signage to help game-day visitors, amenities for transit and bike users
    • Automated parking revenue collection equipment.
  • Ramp amenities include:
    • Electric vehicle charging stations
    • Bicyclists’ showers and lockers
    • Bikeshare services
    • Proximity to Jefferson and Greyhound buslines, MegaBus, Light Rail and North Star Commuter Rail.
  • A community solar garden project was constructed on the top of Ramp A in 2019. Learn more about the solar garden.
  • The Minneapolis Skyway System is connected to the ABC Ramps, providing connectivity throughout downtown Minneapolis. 
  • The ramps are monitored with surveillance equipment and patrolled by security personnel.
  • MnDOT is the largest landowner in the Twin Cities.
  • The ramps contract with Metro Transit for use of its transit facilities.