Transportation Services in the Twin Cities Metro

Metro Mobility is a shared public transportation service for ADA certified riders who are unable to use regular fixed-route buses due to a disability or health condition. Rides are provided for any purpose but must be reserved in advance.  There is a small rider fee.  Their phone number is (651) 602-1111.

Transit Link (formerly Dial-A-Ride) is a curb-to-curb minibus or van service for the general public that operates on weekdays throughout the seven-county metropolitan area.  It is a shared-ride service, which must be reserved in advance.  You may reserve a ride up to five days in advance, or call at least two hours in advance for same-day trips.  Rides are subject to availability and fares are based on the distance traveled. Transit Link customers can transfer to a Metro Transit bus without paying a separate fare.  Their phone number is (651) 602-5485.

Metro Transit is the transportation resource for the Twin Cities, offering an integrated network of buses, light rail and commuter trains as well as resources for those who carpool, vanpool, walk or bike.

Newtrax is a nonprofit organization that provides daily transportation for adults with disabilities in the Northeast Metro area.

Community Thread’s Transportation Program provides door-to-door transportation service for seniors and others who are unable to drive to medical appointments. Volunteer drivers use their personal vehicles to transport riders who must be able to walk without assistance. Rides are free, but donations to Community Thread are encouraged. Riders must be residents of the Stillwater Area School District, but the medical appointment does not need to be in the Stillwater Area School District.