Drive. Ride. Pedal. Park.
The ABC Ramps Mobility Hub and Metro Transit partner to offer the flexible connections you want when you come to downtown Minneapolis. You don’t have to choose between just parking or transit. You can use different modes to help you get to your destination. Check out your transportation options below.
And if carpooling works for you, when you have a carpool contract to the ABC Ramps Mobility Hub, you get a free downtown zone bus and light rail rides to your work with the Ramp and Ride program. All you need is a free downtown zone Ramp-and-Ride card. Go to Move Minneapolis for your card and more information.
Here are your travel options:
Metro Transit – bus routes via the Ramp A/7th Street transit hub or Ramp B/5th Street transit hub. If you commute downtown, you can hop on a bus for your final mile of travel and be close to your place of work.
Metro Green and Blue Line – This 12-mile line serve 11 Minneapolis neighborhoods. It’s a growing network of transitways in the Twin Cities area that connects commuters, visitors, and residents to major metro destinations. The Blue Line stops near Ramp B at Target Field Station. Trains run every 10 minutes, so you’ll get there quickly, safely, and efficiently.
Northstar Commuter Rail – This commuter line runs 40 miles from Big Lake to downtown Minneapolis. It stops at Target Field Station. Stops include Elk River, Ramsey, Anoka, Coon Rapids, and Fridley. From there you can board a train or walk to the nearby Ramp B/5th Street transit hub where several bus routes are available. You can also take your bicycle on the train and then bicycle to your final destination.
Park and Ride – Park for free at one of the many Park and Ride lots in cities surrounding downtown Minneapolis and then ride a bus, train, or carpool to downtown Minneapolis for the rest of your trip. See a list of Park and Rides by city.
Bus lines – Ramps A and B are transit hubs that provide service for many local and regional bus routes. When you park in one of the ABC Ramps, you can easily access a bus line to take you to your workplace. 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. For up-to-date route information visit Metro Transit.
Jefferson Bus Lines – Jefferson Bus Lines stops at the Hawthorne Transportation Center.
Mega Bus– Stops at Ramp C.