• Two Proposed Alternatives for Red Rock Corridor

    The Implementation Plan process began in early 2015. Over the past few months we have been developing two Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) concepts to analyze and get feedback on.

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  • Stuck in traffic?

    Red Rock Corridor will be the newest transit corridor that connects the southeast suburbs to St. Paul - Minneapolis..

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  • Building Ridership

    Before an investment can be made in bus rapid transit (BRT), building ridership through expanded bus service and the construction of new park-&-ride facilities in Newport and Hastings will be the top priority.

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  • Next Step: station area development & advanced transit planning

    Immediate next steps for the Red Rock Corridor will focus on expanded bus service and promoting economic development at the station sites and throughout the corridor. Advanced transit planning and environmental analysis will also be conducted to further refine the long-term transit solution for the corridor.

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Newport Transit Station is a State Fair park and ride

Metro Transit is using the Newport Transit Station as a park-and-ride site for the 2016 Minnesota State Fair. The transit station ...

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Q: What is the Red Rock Corridor?

A: The Red Rock Corridor is a proposed 30-mile transitway, connecting the Twin Cities’ southeastern suburbs to Saint Paul and Minneap...

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