Resources

Passes

Metro Transit offers a wide variety of passes for many different users.

SuperSavers – SuperSavers passes can be purchased in stored value or 31-day passes, but can only be used on buses.

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GoTo Cards – Add stored value, 31-day passes, 7-day passes and 10-ride passes can be added to GoTo cards, which are free through Metro Transit.

GoTo light cards – 31-day and 10-ride cards available for use on buses and trains.

Metropass – Unlimited ride passes available through participating Metro area employers.
Interested in Metropass? Learn more.

U-Pass, College Pass, Student Pass – Unlimited ride passes for students going to and from school in the Twin Cities are available through the student’s school.
Interested in pass options for students?

Tokens – One token is good for one ride on any local service route. Tokens are not available for individual sales.

Find the Right Pass for You

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Park and Ride Lots

Over 25 park and ride lots with transit routes serve downtown, making getting to St. Paul from the suburbs easier and saving you parking costs.

Find Your Park & Ride

Metro Mobility

Metro Mobility is a shared public transportation service for certified riders who are unable to use regular fixed-route buses due to a disability or health condition. Rides are provided for any purpose.

Eligibility for Metro Mobility

Those who are physically unable to get to the regular fixed-route bus, are unable to navigate regular fixed-route bus systems once they are on board, or are unable to board and exit the bus at some locations are generally eligible. Learn more.

Transit Link

Transit Link is the Twin Cities dial-a-ride small bus service for the general public, where regular route transit service is not available. Transit Link is for trips that can’t be accomplished on regular transit routes alone, and may combine regular route and Transit Link service.

Call to schedule a trip: 651.602.LINK (5465)
Learn more.

Car sharing.

Car sharing makes cars available for errands when someone uses biking, walking, carpooling or transit as their primary way of getting around and doesn’t have a car available to them. Individuals and organizations can sign up for memberships and pay only for the time and mileage they use the car. Learn more.

Guaranteed Ride Home

All commuters who ride transit, share a ride, bike, or walk at least three days per week to work or school are eligible for the Guaranteed Ride Home Program. That means a registered commuter is never without an immediate form of transportation in the case of an emergency.

Registered commuters can request reimbursements four times per year or up to $100, whichever comes first, for eligible trips with valid documentation.

Trips must be a part of your school or work commute. Acceptable uses include leaving work due to illness or having to pick up a sick child, having to work unexpected overtime, or if your regular carpool is not available to leave when needed. The program cannot be used for personal errands, appointments, business-related travel, or non-emergency personal trips.

Register as an Eligible Commuter

What can I bring on the bus?

  • Strollers
  • Non-motorized bicycles
  • Wheelchairs/walkers
  • Suitcases
  • Shopping bags
  • Small pets in carriers

What can’t I bring on the bus?

  • Food
  • Beverages in uncovered containers
  • Alcohol