The Cedar Avenue Transitway connects residents in the southern suburbs to both downtown Minneapolis and Saint Paul, the Mall of America, the airport and the University of Minnesota. Transit service in this corridor, including the METRO Red Line Bus Rapid Transit – the region’s first BRT line, is essential to meeting the needs of residents, businesses, and commuters.
The Dakota County Regional Rail Authority, and its partner agencies, are undertaking a comprehensive review of transit service in the Cedar Avenue Transitway. Specifically, the plan will focus on reviewing existing Cedar Avenue Transitway service and facilities to update the corridor’s 2010 Implementation Plan. The Cedar Avenue Transitway Implementation Plan Update process will also review future corridor plans to ensure these plans reflect the many changing demographics, land uses and other circumstances in the corridor.
The Dakota County Regional Railroad Authority, and its partner agencies, completed a comprehensive review of transit service in the Cedar Avenue Transitway from June 2014 to July 2015.
The Final Cedar Avenue Transitway Implementation Plan Update is available here: www.cedartransitway.com/final-ipu
To download the complete report and supporting documents, please visit the Project Library.