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goldline@metrotransit.org
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Liz Jones
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elizabeth.jones@metrotransit.org
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METRO Gold Line - Project Library

Past presentations and meeting materials can be found on the Meetings and Events page. More documents from earlier phases of Gold Line development are available on the Gateway Corridor Commission website. 

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General Information

> Gold Line Project Fact Sheet (May 2018)
> Gold Line Overview Video (Feb. 2017)

Press Releases

> Council Chair Announces Gold Line Project Corridor Management Committee Membership (Apr. 2018)
> Community members sought for advisory role for Gold Line BRT (Feb. 2018)
> Major step forward for long-awaited East Metro transit line (Jan. 2018)

Environmental Documentation

Metro Transit anticipates publishing an Environmental Assessment (EA) in early 2019. The document will identify potential environmental, social and transportation effects from the Gold Line's construction and operations. After completion of the EA, the document will be made available for public comment. The Gold Line previously anticipated drafting and publishing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), but due to changes in the project's scope, alignment and stations that occurred in 2016, the Gold Line will instead complete an EA. More information is available at the Environmental Process page.

> Environmental Impact Statement Termination Comment Summary (Sep. 2017)
> Memo: Environmental Impact Statement Termination Notification (Aug. 2017)
> Notice to Rescind the Notice of Intent to Prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (Mar. 2017)
> Scoping Decision Document (Oct. 2014)

Studies and Reports

> Purpose and Need - Draft Environmental Assessment Chapter 1 (Feb. 2017)
> Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) Selection Summary Report (Dec. 2016)
> East End Alignment and Stations Technical Memorandum (Dec. 2016)
> Alternatives Analysis (Feb. 2013)
> 2030 Transit Master Study (Aug. 2008)

Media and News Coverage

> East Metro's transit time is comingMPR, Jan. 2018
> Gold Line bus rapid transit wins critical federal approvalStar Tribune, Jan. 2018
> Woodbury-to-St. Paul Gold Line surges ahead with federal designation, new projectsPioneer Press, Jan. 2018
> With rapid bus line on board, developer shifts plans for site in OakdaleStar Tribune, Jan. 2018
> Washington County OKs increased contribution to Gold LinePioneer Press, June 2017
> Ramsey County imposes half-cent sales tax for public transit, Pioneer Press, June 2017
> Gold Line busway gets millions toward a 2024 openingStar Tribune, Feb. 2017
> Gold Line commission approves new route alignmentFinance and Commerce, Dec. 2016
> Woodbury, Oakdale warming to new Gold Line routeStar Tribune, Nov. 2016
> East metro group makes its case for more transit in Dakota, Ramsey and Washington countiesMinnPost, April 2016
> A bus line far in St. Paul's future caught the eye of some developersStar Tribune, March 2016
> Bus rapid transit projects move forward in the Twin CitiesStar Tribune, Sept. 2015
> $1M federal grant to help plan for Gateway Corridor developmentPioneer Press, Sept. 2015
> Leveraging BRT on the Gateway CorridorFinance and Commerce, April 2015
> 3M Co. sees Gateway route as recruitment toolFinance and Commerce, Feb. 2015
> Counties award $141 million in transit grantsFinance and Commerce, Nov. 2014
> Rapid bus favored for St. Paul to Woodbury lineMPR News, July 2014
> Gateway Corridor officials head to Los Angeles to study bus rapid transitMinnPost, June 2014
> Legislature helps Gateway Corridor, other projects in Washington CountyStar Tribune, May 2014 
> St. Paul-Woodbury transit plan gets White House nodMPR News, May 2014
> For St. Paul's East Side, rail and bus transit routes studiedPioneer Press, June 2013
> McCollum to back Washington County transit initiatives, Woodbury Bulletin, Nov. 2012
> East metro panel backs bus rapid transit planStar Tribune, Oct. 2012
> Gateway Corridor line should be next, backers say, Finance and Commerce, Jan. 2012
> Transit options listed for I-94 to and from parts eastMinnPost, Feb. 2011
> Study will determine transit options for I-94 from the eastMinnPost, Aug. 2010

 

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