Transportation2019-08-16T08:36:11-05:00

Transportation Resources

Commuter Services
494corridor.org

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
952-405-9425

Metro Mobility Service Center
metrocouncil.org

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
651-602-1111

Metro Transit
metrotransit.org

Transportation resource for the Twin Cities, offering an integrated network of buses, light rail and commuter trains
560 Sixth Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN 55411
612-373-3333

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

Transit Link
metrocouncil.org

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
Helpatyourdoor.org 

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

651-642-1892

Go Go Grandparent
gogograndparent.com

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

855-464-6872

Jewish Family Services- Deikel Transportation
jfcwmpls.org

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

952-546-0616

TAP- Transit Assistance Program
metrotransit.org/tap-riders

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.