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If service is significantly affected, updates will be shared here, to customers signed up to receive Rider Alerts via email or text message and on Metro Transit's Twitter and Facebook pages. Did your operator do an outstanding job in the snow? [...]

Tight budgets or layoffs affecting YOUR family? Signing up for $1 bus and train rides with the Transit Assistance Program or TAP is quick, safe and easy. Do it straight from your computer or smartphone by uploading one of the pre-approved [...]

Here’s another great way to stay in touch with us – subscribe to the electronic edition of our customer newsletter Connect! Each month, you can get the latest transit news and information about service changes, partner promotions and [...]

As part of the ongoing, shared effort to limit the spread of COVID-19 and respond to changes in travel demand, Metro Transit continues to refine its service schedule with changes which began on Saturday, Sept. 12. We added trips to routes where [...]

Get the supplies you need with Metro Transit Several bus routes serve grocery stores near you. Minneapolis/NW Suburbs Store Location Served by route(s) ALDI 1311 E. Franklin [...]

The winter season is upon us. Here are some tips that can help make your ride more comfortable. Riding the bus Take an earlier trip. Buses move only as quickly as traffic allows. If there is snow or ice, consider taking an earlier bus to [...]

Some things are too important to let run out. Set it and forget it. With Auto Refill, we’ll automatically add value to your Go-To Card or pass from a credit card – just tell us the amount and when to add it. Never worry about having enough [...]

Hello! ¡Buenos dias! Iska warran! Metro Transit can help customers plan trips and get transit information in languages other than English with the help of translators who speak 170 languages. If you or someone you know needs help by [...]

Metro Transit staff will visit several popular boarding locations in coming weeks to distribute free face coverings. Stop by and pick one up! Remember, face coverings are required on buses and trains. Wednesday, Aug. 19 – 2:30 to 4:30 [...]

Public Art in Transit and 826 MSP (formerly Mid-Continent Oceanographic Institute) have teamed up to bring poetry to bus stops. Since August 2019, poetry by Twin Cities youth can be found on schedule signs at bus stops in Brooklyn Park, [...]