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Public Engagement

We are glad that you are interested in E Line. Please subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date with project advancement. For questions or if you would like us to attend an upcoming event, please contact, or call outreach coordinator, Juan Rangel, at 612-373-5338 or senior planner, Kyle O’Donnell Burrows, at 612-349-7749.

In late 2018 Metro Transit began evaluating more segments of Route 6 as potential end points. Based on the evaluation, we have narrowed down to three potential routing options on the south end and are recommending that the E Line continue along University Avenue and 4th Street SE to the north.

Upcoming Events

No events scheduled at this time.

Past Events

E Line Open Houses held in May 2019 shared the routing options being advanced for further consideration and some early ideas about connecting bus service. Open houses occurred May 20 at Southwest High school, May 21 at Marcy Open School and May 22 at the Walker Library. Information from those events is available here and feedback from those events is available here.

Corridor Study Kick-Off Open Houses occurred on Monday, Dec. 10, 2018 at Pershing Recreation Center and on Thursday, Dec. 13 at Marcy Open School. Information from those events is available here. We heard feedback at the open houses and through a survey

E Line at Community Events and Meetings 

South Uptown Neighborhood meeting – June 18, 2019 at Bryant Square

Open Streets Lyndale – June 2, 2019 on Lyndale Avenue

Pratt Ice Cream Social – May 31, 2019 at Pratt School in Prospect Park

Linden Hills Art Fair – May 19, 2019 at Linden Hills Park

Corridor Study Community Advisory Committee

The 15 committee members advises the project management team on key project decisions. Members were selected to ensure representation from each part of the study area, that the committee reflects the demographic makeup of the corridor, and include residents, students, businesses and Route 6 riders. For more information, see the Committee Charter


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