Join Us for a Ride-Along on the Future G Line is proud to present a ride-along with Lesley Kandaras, General Manager at Metro Transit, on Saturday, April 27.

As part of the Ride with Lesley initiative, we will be traveling the length of the future G Line, a planned arterial bus rapid transit (BRT) line. The G Line will provide faster transit through the Route 62 and Route 68 corridors, from Little Canada to downtown St. Paul to the Dakota County Northern Service Center. This route travels along Rice Street and Robert Street.

The G Line is in its engineering phase, with construction expected to occur between 2026 and 2028.

Arrival and Schedule

We will meet at Union Depot at 9:45 a.m. to gather as a group. Feel free to grab a coffee at Lost Fox a block to the north before joining the group at the Head House.
Then, at 10 a.m., we will meet Lesley at the Minnesota Street & 4th Street stop.

We expect to return to Union Depot at 1 p.m. If you feel so inclined, a few of us will be stopping at Station 81 for a beverage or light snacks. Lowertown Bike Shop will also be open and serving baked goods and coffee drinks.

RSVP and Things to Know

Bring your Go-To Card (or purchase a ride in the Metro Transit app)!
Please RSVP on the Google Form here so we have an idea of how many folks to expect:

And as always, if you want to volunteer at this event, or future events, please email to be added to our monthly meetings and occasional emails.

Getting There

If you are arriving by bike: Although each bus has a rack to hold two bicycles, we recommend leaving your bike safely locked to a rack in Lowertown for the duration of the ride.

Metro Transit Green Line: Conveniently ends at Union Depot from Downtown Minneapolis approximately every 15 minutes.

Union Depot is a major Metro Transit hub served by several routes, including Route 3, Route 21 and Route 54.

Future G Line (Metro Transit)

About Christina Neel

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Christina moved to the Twin Cities from the Florida Keys in 2021 and fell completely in love with the area. She works as a City and Regional Planner and spends her days biking, singing, and hanging out with her cat named California. Events Committee volunteer