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Purple Line BRT Project

Public Engagement


Arcade Street Station Options and Survey

Map showing 3 location options for the Arcade Street Station. Option A shows the station west of Arcade Street on Neid Lane, with a pedestrian and Phalen Boulevard shift. Option B shows the station west of Arcade Street on Payne Avenue, with pedestrian connection. Option C shows the station east of Arcade Street on Phalen Boulevard at Wells Street, called Wells Street Station. 

We are currently evaluating the station location for the Arcade Street station. Links to share your input through our survey are below.

Provide your feedback:

Provide your input through a short survey! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/C73KQX2 (English)

Thov teb cov lus hnu sojnstuam txoj kev loj!  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MD69WTX (Hmong)

¡Aporte su opinión a través de una breve encuesta!  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XJ5HJHC (Spanish)

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XWS935L (Karen)

Station Area Planning Working Group

We are looking for interested residents and business owners to be a part of our 10 Station Area Working Groups. As part of this group, their role will be to help guide the planning and engagement process around station areas such as refining station platform locations and improving connections to and from station areas.

Recruitment Timeline:

  • August 2022 - October 2022: Recruitment period for Saint Paul stations
  • Fall/Winter 2022: Recruit remaining station area working groups

If you are interested in applying to be a Station Area Planning Working Group member, please complete an online application. We intend for membership on these groups to represent the diverse interests and stakeholders in the Purple Line project area.

For questions about the Station Area Planning Working Groups, please email Jerome at Jerome@neoopartners.com

Learn more about Purple Line Station Area Planning.

Meetings and Events

Sign up for email updates to be notified about future opportunities to engage with the METRO Purple Line BRT project. If you would like Purple Line project staff to come to your event or meeting, contact us at purpleline@metrotransit.org

Upcoming events

Join us for pop-up events in September and October to learn more about the Arcade Street Station options, ask questions, and provide feedback. Attendees may come and go at any time. There is no formal presentation. If you take public transit to the event, you can receive a free transit voucher for your travel. 

  • 11/8 Centromex Supermercado Pop-Up - 3 PM - 5 PM, 816 7th St. E., St. Paul, MN

Past Events

METRO Purple Line BRT Project staff were at the following events and locations.​

  • 10/19 Sun World Supermarket Pop-Up 

  • 10/17 CLUES Pop-Up

  • 10/13 Johnson Senior High School Pop-Up

  • 10/4 800 Minnehaha Ave Pop-Up

  • 10/1 Hmong Village Pop-Up

About Us

A well-informed and engaged public strengthens the project and helps create a more useful transit system for all. The Metropolitan Council, Metro Transit, and the project’s local funding partner, Ramsey County, understand the need to engage corridor stakeholders in the development of project details and in fostering broad support for the project as a necessary investment to improve access and mobility to employment, educational and economic opportunities within the corridor and beyond.

Purple Line project staff will seek to engage corridor residents, businesses, organizations, and transit customers in the project planning process to solicit their input and address their needs and concerns. Concerted effort will also be given to communities that have been traditionally underrepresented in transit planning processes: people of color, low-income communities, people with limited English proficiency (LEP), people with disabilities, and other historically marginalized groups.


Contact:
Liz Jones, Community Outreach & Engagement Lead
elizabeth.jones@metrotransit.org or 651-602-1977

Colin Owens, Community Outreach & Engagement
colin.owens@metrotransit.org or 612-618-0495