About Metro Transit
Metro Transit is the transportation resource for the Twin Cities, offering an integrated network of buses, light rail and commuter trains as well as resources for those who carpool, vanpool, walk or bike. It added a light-rail link between downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul in mid-2014 and is developing enhanced transitways throughout the region.
> Read Metro Transit's Mission Statement and Guiding Principles
> 2015 Fact Book
> 2016 accomplishments
> Awards and Recognition
> 2014 Metro Transit Rider Survey
Metro Transit Funding
Metro Transit is an operating division of the Metropolitan Council. Like transit agencies in most metropolitan areas, Metro Transit relies heavily on state and federal money to finance its operations and capital programs. About 1/3 of Metro Transit's operating budget is covered by fares and advertising revenue, the remainder comes from regional, state, federal, county and other sources (see Metro Transit's annual Factbook for additional detail).
> METRO Blue Line financial results by calendar year
> Northstar commuter rail financial results by calendar year