How to apply and get involved
Application materials will be released in December 2013 for intercity bus projects spanning from July 1, 2014 through Dec. 31, 2015.
Who is eligible?
- Private for-profit intercity carriers
- Private non-profit carriers
- Local transit providers
- Public entities proposing to provide intercity bus service
MnDOT's Office of Transit will conduct an industry consultation for the Minnesota Industry Bus Program. The consultation provides an opportunity for potential applicants and others to learn more about the program and provide input. Contact Shaun Morrell to reserve your spot, submit comments or questions.
Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013
1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
395 John Ireland Boulevard
St. Paul, MN 55155
About intercity bus service
MnDOT's Office of Transit provides state and federal funding through capital, operating and marketing assistance to support intercity bus transportation.
Intercity bus transportaion service is:
- Available to the general public
- Operates between two or more cities
- Regularly scheduled bus service with limited stops
Minnesota Intercity Bus Program guidance
MnDOT's Intercity Bus Program priorities and solicitations are guided by the Minnesota Intercity Bus Network Study, published in 2010. An update of the study is currently underway and due for release in early 2014. Further guidance is provided by the Federal Transit Administration Circular 9040.1F (Chapter VIII).
State program coordinator