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Getting There: A Forum on the Future of Public Transportation for Persons with Disabilities

Getting There will expore new and upcoming Metro Mobility changes, how the Olmstead Plan will affect transit options, and how Move MN is working to pass a transit reform bill. Transit users, providers, and officials are all encouraged to attend to learn about the future of public transportation for people with disabilities. Light refreshments will be provided.

 

Friday November 14 is the last day to register for this free event. Please call 952-920-0855 or email peterfricke@thearcgtc.org to register.

Getting There Postcard Nov 2014 (2)

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Free Metro Transit on Election Day, November 4th, 2014

The 2014 elections are just a week away, and thanks to a new law, bus service, light rail service, and commuter rail service provided by public transit including Metro Transit will be free of charge next Tuesday.  Find your polling place at MN Votes’ poll finder, and then use Metro’s interactive trip planner to plan […]

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A Kid, Some Bottles, and an Engineer On a Bike

By U.S. standards we have fairly good pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure around the Twin Cities. For many years Minneapolis was ranked number two in the nation and quite proud of it. In 2011 we even jumped up to number one briefly. How times change. We were back to our comfortable number two in 2012, the […]

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