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Bicycles on Buses and Trains

All Twin Cities transit agencies have bike racks on buses and trains. Only two-wheeled, non-motorized bicycle are permitted. Racks generally accommodate bicycles with 20” to 29” diameter wheels.

Instructional video about bring your bike on transit vehicles.

For additional information or to claim a bicycle left on a bus or train, contact Metro Transit at 612-373-3333.

Bicycle Parking Near Transit

Bringing your bicycle on the bus or train is not always practical. Bike lockers and secure bike parking options are located at most train stations, park and ride facilities, and transit centers. Bike lockers are available to rent on an annual basis. For additional information contact Metro Transit at 612-373-333.

Guaranteed Ride Home

The Guaranteed Ride Home Program provides a free ride home in case of an emergency.


Last updated Mar 12, 2019



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Salary Compliance Notice:
State statute 471.701; Notice of Salary Compliance, requires that the City post for not less than 90 days
the job title of the three highest paid employees along with their base salary. For 2018 these were:
1. City Attorney, $186,490
2. Assistant City Coordinator Convention Center, $183,600
3. Director Public Works, $181,191


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