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F Line Project

F Line Corridor Plan

Thank you for providing your feedback on the Draft Corridor Plan. The six-week comment period closed on Dec. 5, 2022. Metro Transit staff will now take the time to review public comments received, and prepare the revised version of the corridor plan, which is expected to be released in spring 2023 for a second round of public comment.  

What is the F Line?

The METRO F Line is a planned bus rapid transit (BRT) line that will provide faster and more reliable transit service in the Route 10 corridor from downtown Minneapolis to Northtown Transit Center along Central Avenue, 53rd Avenue, and University Avenue.

BRT is a package of transit enhancements that adds up to a faster trip and an improved experience on Metro Transit’s busiest bus routes. Learn more at or watch a short video.

What is in the Draft Corridor Plan

  • Proposed station locations: intersections planned for stations and proposed locations of platforms within each intersection. Once approved, the Corridor Plan will set the locations for stations moving forward. 

  • BRT station facilities and service characteristics

  • Priorities for potential bus priority treatment along the corridor

  • F Line project history and planning process to date 

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What are the next steps?

In 2022-2023, we will be seeking public feedback on planned F Line station locations in three steps:

  1. Fall 2022: Draft Corridor Plan: Released the Draft Corridor Plan initiating a six-week public comment period, which ended on Dec. 5, 2022
  2. Spring 2023: Recommended Corridor Plan: We will share what we heard and how we updated the Draft Corridor Plan to reflect public and agency input. A second public engagement period will occur to gather comments on the Recommended Corridor Plan. 
  3. Summer 2023: Final Corridor Plan: We will present the Final Corridor Plan, including any additional changes, to the Metropolitan Council for approval. Once the plan is approved, station locations will be finalized and more detailed engineering will begin.