- Local City & County Information
- Alternative Transportation
The Anoka County Transportation Management Organization (TMO) helps local employers and commuters explore different choices such as carpooling, vanpooling, telecommuting, transit, biking, walking, or flexible work hours. It is our goal to help make commuting easier, healthier, and more enjoyable.
In addition, the Anoka County TMO serves as a community resource providing information such as road construction detours and project timelines to help reduce traffic congestion around the areas impacted by construction.
To learn more about the TMO's free services visit the TMO website.
Anoka County Volunteer Transportation: Rides for Seniors, Veterans & Citizens of Anoka County
This services offers rides for seniors, veterans and clients of Anoka County. For more information, call 763-422-7087.
Anoka County Traveler
Anoka County's public dial-a-ride transit service, the Anoka County Traveler, has new phone numbers for reservations and cancellations. County residents may now call 763-323-5222 to schedule a Traveler bus to arrive at your door.
To cancel a ride, the number to dial is 763-323-5234.
Attention Metro Transit Route 275 Customers
- View the current schedule times between St. Genevieve Parish Center Park and Ride and downtown.
- How do I ride the bus?
Use these planning tools to make your trip as easy and efficient as can be:
- Trip Planner - Create your own itinerary based on your location, time and other variables. Trip Planner also will give you detailed transfer and walking instructions for your trip.
- Maps and Schedules - View system and route maps to determine which buses or trains serve your area. View schedules online or order schedules to be mailed to you.
- Personal Travel Schedule - Create a customized schedule for buses and trains traveling within a specific time range, between the stops you use. Print a copy for easy reference.
- Transit Stores - Visit one of our three Metro Transit stores if you have any questions about using the transit system or need to purchase fare cards.
To save money on your bus fare, you can purchase SuperSavers at the three Metro Transit stores, at more than 175 retail outlets or online SuperSavers come in two options:
- 31-Day Passes are sold in amounts that match each fare level. They are good for an unlimited number of rides, too. You can purchase or begin using a 31-Day Pass at any time, just remember that it expires 31 days after the first day you use it. To use one, insert it into the card reader to the right of the farebox with the arrow facing you.
- Stored Value Cards work like cash cards: when you insert one into the card reader, the correct fare is deducted and the remaining amount is printed on the back.
Transportation - Americans with Disabilities Act ADA
ADA Paratransit Service is available for people who are unable or have extreme difficulty using regular route transit service because of a disability or health condition. ADA Paratransit Service provides "first-door-through-first-door" transportation in 89 communities throughout the metropolitan area for persons who are ADA-certified. The region's ADA paratransit service is provided by four programs:
- Metro Mobility - serving Minneapolis, St. Paul and many surrounding suburbs
- Anoka County Traveler - serving Anoka County
- DARTS - serving Dakota County
- H.S.I. - serving Washington County
Trips can be scheduled for any purpose. Whether a rider is traveling to a doctor's appointment, going shopping or meeting friends for dinner, all trips are treated equally. ADA Paratransit Service is a shared-ride public transportation system, so routes and schedules are designed to transport multiple passengers at one time to multiple destinations.
Applying for Service
A completed ADA Paratransit Application Form is needed to determine eligibility for service. Download an application form, or call Customer Services at 651-602-1111 (TTY 651-221-9886) to have a form sent to you.
Complete the form with as much detail as possible. Eligibility can be delayed if the application doesn't provide enough information to make a determination. The certification process takes up to 21 days once all required information is received. Certified riders are issued an ADA identification number, which is required to schedule a ride.
Metro Mobility Service Guide
The Metro Mobility Service Guide provides all the information needed to successfully use ADA Paratransit Service. The guide includes details on fares, hours of service, how to schedule and cancel a ride, driver assistance, standing orders, paratransit policies, and much more.
If you have more questions about ADA Paratransit Service, please call Customer Services at 651-602-1111 (TTY 651-221-9886) between 8 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Email your questions or comments to Council's Data Center.