• Photo Credit: Metro Transit
    Photo Credit: Metro Transit
  • Photo Credit: Metro Transit
    Photo Credit: Metro Transit
  • Photo Credit: Metropolitan Council
    Photo Credit: Metropolitan Council
  • Photo Credit: Metropolitan Council
    Photo Credit: Metropolitan Council

Policy Advisory Committee

The Riverview Corridor Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) is continuing its review and discussion of draft rail and bus alignment concepts.  On September 8, the project team showed the PAC several river crossing concepts as well as dedicated rail and bus alternative concepts in the Seven Corners area and downtown Saint Paul.  The PAC also heard presentations from two guest speakers on the before and after perceptions and impacts of transitway investments.  The information presented to the PAC is available on the Committees page.

The PAC will continue reviewing draft concepts at their next meeting on October 13.  You can sign up for meeting announcements and project updates or send us your comments from the Get Involved page.

About the Riverview Corridor

The Riverview Corridor is defined by the Mississippi River on the south, Interstate 35E and Ford Parkway on the north, Lowertown and Union Depot on the east, and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Mall of America on the west. The corridor connects neighborhoods, historic districts, businesses, thriving commercial districts and the capitol city to each other and to the Twin Cities regional transportation network.

Ramsey County Regional Railroad Authority is leading a study to make recommendations for transit improvements within the Riverview Corridor. This study is scheduled for completion in 2016. Learn more by visiting the transit study page, review study documents and get involved!

Riverview Corridor Overview Videos
The first video in a short series of Riverview Corridor videos highlights the corridor areas, transit needs and ways to get involved.

The second video looks at the development and economic opportunities that come with improved transit.

The third video highlights the need for reliable transit in the Riverview Corridor.

Participate

Committee Meetings

Next Policy Advisory Committee Meeting:
October 13, 2016 | 9:00 a.m.
Veterans Gallery
Union Depot, 214 East 4th Street
Saint Paul (map)

Next Technical Advisory Committee Meeting:
October 27, 2016 | 10:00 a.m.
Veterans Gallery
Union Depot, 214 East 4th Street
Saint Paul (map)

Upcoming Events

Community Update Meeting
November 3, 2016 | 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Sholom Home
40 Kay Avenue
Saint Paul (map)


Transit Study

The Riverview Corridor connects neighborhoods, historic districts, businesses, thriving commercial districts and downtown Saint Paul to the regional transportation network. It includes Union Depot and Lowertown, downtown Saint Paul, Upper Landing, West 7th Neighborhood, Highland Park Neighborhood, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Bloomington’s South Loop and the Mall of America.

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Policy Advisory Committee

The Riverview Corridor study is guided by a group of policy makers and technical experts.

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Get Involved

Your comments, ideas and participation will help shape the results of the Riverview Corridor Pre-Project Development Study. You can participate in many ways. Sign up for email updates, participate in public meetings and open houses and our online engagement site, talk with your elected officials and share your thoughts with us by phone, email or social media.
Use the Get Involved page to sign up for our emails, check the schedule for upcoming meetings, submit comments, join in the Facebook conversation or look at media coverage of the study.
Join the online conversation! We look forward to your participation.

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Recent Updates

Pioneer Press, December 10, 2015: Riverview Corridor transit line options are trimmed

12/14/2015

A new transit line for the Riverview Corridor took another small step forward this week.

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Pioneer Press, December 12, 2015: Here’s what it will take for Ford site to become a St. Paul neighborhood

12/14/2015

For nearly a century, St. Paul auto workers assembled Model T’s, Sportsman convertibles and Ford Ranger pickup trucks on more than 130 acres of riverfront property in Highland Park.

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Pioneer Press, December 10, 2015: St. Paul: The Ford site and public transit: Pioneer Press editorial

12/14/2015

The vision for the Ford site in Highland Park as a once-and-future jobs engine for St. Paul is a compelling one — made more so with transit connections.

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