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Transportation Choices 2020. Picture this: the Central Corridor light rail line connects the downtowns of St. Paul and Minneapolis. People are reading newspapers on the Northstar commuter rail as they ride between Big Lake and the Twin Cities. The Cedar Avenue bus rapid transit line is up and running, the bus system has twice as many riders, and the Southwest light rail line is connecting downtown Minneapolis to Hopkins, St. Louis Park, Minnetonka, and Eden Prairie. The Transportation Choices 2020 initiative is more than a bill--it's a vision for a region-wide transit system. Learn more...

Transportation Performance in the Twin Cities Region. Transportation policymakers need to better understand and track how transportation investments affect broader goals. The Minnesota Department of Transportation and the Metropolitan Council set and monitor progress toward traditional transportation goals, but are they adequately measuring the key indicators that would drive Minnesota to address the 21st century challenges of rising gas prices, an aging population and climate change? Learn more...



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