District 3 transit
Public transit is available in all of the district’s 13 counties. This includes county-wide systems in Crow Wing, Todd and Wadena Counties and multi-county-wide systems in Aitkin, Benton, Isanti, Kanabec, Mille Lacs, Morrison, Sherburne, Stearns and Wright counties.
The link below under Transit Plans and Reports for the 2018 Transit Report has more details for each Greater Minnesota Transit System providing service in MnDOT District 3 and Congressional Districts 6, 7 & 8.
Transit systems in Congressional District 6
- St. Cloud Metro Bus: Regular Route serves people in St. Cloud, Sartell, Sauk Rapids, and Waite Park
- St. Cloud Metro Bus: Dial-A-Ride serves people in St. Cloud, Sartell, Sauk Rapids, and Waite Park
- Trailblazer Transit serves people in Sibley, McLeod and Wright counties
Transit systems in Congressional Districts 6, 7 and 8
- Tri-CAP Transit Connection serves people in Benton, Stearns, Sherburne and Morrison counties
Transit systems in Congressional District 8
- Wadena County Friendly Rider serves people in Wadena, Todd, Ottertail and Cass counties
Minnesota Ride Link
Minnesota Ride Link provides veterans, military families, and others a single source for information about transportation options. The Minnesota Ride Link project is sponsored by the Minnesota Departments of Veterans Affairs, Transportation, and Human Services and the Minnesota Board on Aging.
Transit plans and reports
The Greater Minnesota Transit Plan defines the future vision for public transportation across Greater Minnesota and sets forth policies and strategies to meet that vision.
The Greater Minnesota Transit Investment Plan sets priorities for transit investments in scenarios of both expanded and contracted future funding.
The 2018 Transit Report: A Guide to Greater Minnesota’s Transit Systems provides the public an overview of public transit services in Greater Minnesota. This includes fact pages with contact information, system highlights and characteristics, span of service, contract financial statistics for every transit system in Greater Minnesota.
The Transit Asset Management Plan documents how MnDOT in coordination with the Greater Minnesota Transit Providers monitor and manage public transportation capital assets to improve safety, and increase reliability and performance.