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Fast track your way to a new career! Come either day prepared to apply and interview all in one visit for full-time positions! You can also apply online in advance to further speed up the process. Check this list of what you’ll need to [...]

While the updated CDC guidance on masks has changed for vaccinated individuals in many cases, all are still required to wear masks on buses, trains and transit property per the ongoing federal mask mandate for transit: Masks are a must while [...]

Beginning Monday, June 7, Metro Transit is proud to offer the free use of Aira, an app that connects blind and low vision customers to a live agent for navigation assistance. When you access the app at a Metro Transit stop or station, your [...]

As part of the ongoing 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, June 12. We continue to focus our resources in [...]

Now is a great time to kick start your career with Metro Transit. Right now, new bus drivers will receive a $1,000 hiring bonus! If you like working with people and want to make a difference in your community, come help us run our growing transit [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

The Minneapolis Farmer’s Market along Nicollet Mall resumes every Thursday between 6 a.m. and 2 p.m. from June 3 through Oct. 28, 2021. During the Thursday Farmer’s Markets, all Nicollet Mall-based buses will be detoured to Marquette Ave. [...]

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, March 13. We continue to focus our resources [...]

After testing several types of operator barriers, Metro Transit is moving forward with plans to purchase more of the type preferred by operators and technicians. Bus operators will have the choice of using the barrier, or putting it in a pinned [...]