The Transportationist posts this 1988 LRT plan developed for Hennepin County. Obviously, the SW LRT route has moved and the “south” alignment has become freeway BRT. Also note the dotted line, which I assume means tunnel.
In this plan, Minneapolis, especially the most dense parts, is well served by high-quality transit, with the exception of North. In real life, if Bottineau goes with the LPA, 3/5ths of the regions high-quality, “fixed” guideway transit improvements won’t really serve Minneapolis at all (I’m including freeway BRT in the count of 5 since it’s been “converted” from the planned LRT. I’m also not counting Northstar).