Welcome to the Robert Street Transitway Project Website!
Welcome to RobertStreetTransit.com. This site serves as the focal point for information and public involvement opportunities for the Robert Street Transitway Alternatives Analysis. The Alternatives Analysis is a joint local and federal planning effort to determine possible improvements to transit service, which aims to ultimately identify a single transit route and mode for development in the future. Up-to-date information on the Alternatives Analysis and study reports will be made available here as the study progresses, as well as announcements for public involvement opportunities. Public comments and inquiries are always welcomed, and can be made on the Contact Us page.
Final Round of Open Houses
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The last round of open house meetings for the Robert Street Transitway Alternatives Study is now scheduled for June 3 and 5. The focus with this round of open houses is to share results for the study; including, cost, community benefits and projected ridership for the three remaining alternatives: Arterial Bus Rapid Transit on Robert Street, Modern Streetcar on Robert Street and Highway Bus Rapid Transit on Hwy 52. Project staff will seek feedback from attendees on the technical recommendation of the preferred route and mode. Information on the study process and evaluation results of each of the transit alternatives will be provided.
The June 3 open house is scheduled from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Neighborhood House, West Side Room, 179 Robie Street East, St. Paul.
The June 5 open house is scheduled from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Dakota County Northern Service Center, Room 110, 1 Mendota Road W., West St. Paul.
A formal presentation will be held approximately 30 minutes after the start time.
Dakota County will provide accommodations to persons with disabilities or to those who are in need of an interpreter. Contact Dakota County Transportation at 952-891-7100 seven business days prior to the meeting.
For past project updates, visit the news page.