Thank you for helping shape plans for access and potential development around the Gold Line stations!
METRO Gold Line Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) will be Minnesota’s first BRT line in a 9-mile dedicated lane. The Metropolitan Council is responsible for the overall project, in partnership with Saint Paul, Maplewood, Landfall, Oakdale, Woodbury, and Ramsey and Washington counties. Stations will be built north of Interstate 94 in St. Paul, Maplewood, and Landfall, and along Helmo Avenue in Oakdale and Bielenberg Drive in Woodbury. Click here to learn more about the Gold Line project, or email with questions.
Bus rapid transit-oriented development (BRTOD) is a key part of planning for the future Gold Line. BRTOD is a type of development approximately 1/2 mile around stations that includes a mix of housing, office, retail, or other amenities within a walkable and bike-friendly neighborhood. BRTOD planning will help improve each community’s access to jobs, housing, daily shopping needs, and recreation to enhance the quality of life for people of all ages and incomes. Click here to learn more about station area access and development.
Below is additional information about the BRTOD project, then questions for your feedback. Note that there are different timelines for input on each station area, so check first to be sure yours is open.