Looking to secure funds for engineering work, the Gateway Corridor Commission plans to request $5 million in bonding from the Minnesota Legislature next year, according to the Star Tribune.
The Gateway Corridor transit project would run along Interstate 94 from the St. Croix River bridge to St. Paul. All‐day transit service would stop at 11 stations and include connections to Minneapolis and Hudson.
Officials are leaning toward
bus rapid transit along the corridor. By 2030, the Gateway Corridor is expected
to expand by 90,000 people (nearly a third more residents) and 30,000 jobs.
Find more information on the Gateway Corridor website.