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Bus, light rail, commuter rail – most routes converge in downtown Minneapolis. Get the most out of the public transit system while saving time and money.
Metro Transit provides transit services in a seven-county area. This includes bus, light rail, and commuter rail service that made a record 81.9 million local rides in 2017.
Metro Transit’s interactive Trip Planner provides an easy point-to-point travel tool to route transportation by address, landmark, or intersection.Plan Your Trip
Ease those worries about getting stuck somewhere in an emergency when the buses are not running. The “Guarantee Ride Home” program will get you where you need to go regardless of the bus schedule.Get a Ride
Pick up free Metro Transit system maps and bus and train schedules at our Minneapolis Visitor Information located at 505 Nicollet Mall. Open 7 days a week.Move Minneapolis Store
Transit Link (formerly Dial-A-Ride) is a curb-to-curb minibus or van service for the general public that operates on weekdays throughout the seven-county metropolitan area.Learn More
Each bus and light rail fare includes a 2½ hour transfer, except the Downtown Zone fare.Learn More
Every bus has a lift or ramp to accommodate wheelchairs and other mobility devices, and drivers are trained to help customers secure mobility devices safely.Learn More
Learn about all of the Metro Transit Go To and other passes that save you money and offer convenience.Get Passes
Suburban Transit Providers offer commuter express service in the west, southwest, and south Metro area. Campus Connector offers free bus service between the St. Paul, East Bank, and West Bank campuses of the University of Minnesota.View Providers
Share the ride on a bus, train, or carpool at one of the many free Park & Ride lots all over the metro area.View Maps
Enjoy a commute with no traffic headaches, road construction, weather delays, parking fees, or wasting gasoline.Learn More