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Gold Line Project
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Charles Carlson
Project Manager
Metro Transit METRO Gold Line
Project Office

Jill Hentges

Community Outreach and Engagement


Howie Padilla

Public Relations Manager



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Transit Information

Live operators ready to help in 170 languages:
6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekends/holidays
Closed Thanksgiving Day and
Christmas Day


Project Funders

Metro Transit is the lead agency developing the METRO Gold Line.  Many public and private partners are working together with Metro Transit to make this project a reality by contributing funding, oversight and expertise.

Federal Transit Administration (FTA)

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) is anticipated to provide $189 million through the Capital Investment Grant Program with a Full Funding Grant Agreement anticipated to be awarded in 2021.

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Counties Transit Improvement Board (CTIB)

CITB has committed $15 million.                

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Ramsey County

Ramsey County has committed $2.5 million.

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Washington County

Washington County has committed $2.5 million and manages the METRO Gold Line BRT’s station-area planning process on their website.

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Other Project Partners



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