Transportation Resources

Commuter Services

Free personalized commuter assistance and resources for those interested in carpooling, taking the bus or train, vanpooling, biking to work and teleworking
7101 York Ave S Ste 156
Edina, MN 55435

Metro Mobility Service Center

Shared public transportation service for certified riders who are unable to use regular fixed-route buses due to a disability or health condition
390 Robert Street North
St. Paul, MN 55101

Metro Transit

Transportation resource for the Twin Cities, offering an integrated network of buses, light rail and commuter trains
560 Sixth Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN 55411

New in October 2017: Lower transit fees for eligible low-income households.

Transit Link

Twin Cities dial-a-ride small bus service for the general public, where regular route transit service is not available
390 Robert Street North
St. Paul, MN 55101
651-602-LINK (5465)

October 2017 Fee Increase :  $3.50 one-way;  $4.50 rush-hour

Help at Your Door 

Transportation for seniors – $20 for  30-minute, 10 mile total trip,  $1.00 each additional mile plus time charged in 15 minute increments. 
Grocery shopping for senior and individuals with disabilities- $5-$15 depending on income
Handyman Services for seniors – $35/hr minimum 2 hours


Go Go Grandparent

Similar to Lyft, Uber. Do not need to use a smart phone. Must have a credit card.
$2.70 fee per ride plus $1.00 per mile and $0.34 per minute  (Sept 2017 rates)
Can accommodate walkers, door to door service.  Need to give 15 minutes notice
Test alert options for friend/family on ride status


Jewish Family Services- Deikel Transportation

Deikel Transportation provides rides for clients who reside within a defined service area in Hennepin County. It’s a
convenient, reliable way for ambulatory adults 60 years and older to get to a doctor’s appointment, friend’s house, grocery
store and more. Services are provided on a sliding fee scale ($6-$26/ride plus $25-$50 annual fee). Rides are 8am-3:30pm. Program Flyer


TAP- Transit Assistance Program

The Transit Assistance Program (TAP) is designed to help make public transit more affordable for low-income residents. TAP Riders will be able to access rides for $1.00 discount fare.  The discounted price is not valid on Metro Mobility or Transit Link buses and only a partial discount is applied on Northstar fares.

Visit the website for required documents and where to obtain your card.  Some providers, VEAP (952-888-9616) or CAP-HC (952-933-9639) may be able to complete your TAP card registration.