The draft Corridor Plan for the METRO E Line project defines where stations will be located and how they’ll fit into the 13-mile bus rapid transit corridor. This plan reflects years of project planning and community engagement to shape this investment in the Route 6 bus corridor, and we’re seeking your feedback on the plan before it’s finalized next spring.
Before the pandemic, customers took more than 8,000 daily rides on Route 6, making it one of Metro Transit’s busiest bus routes. Route 6 has retained strong ridership through the pandemic, and investment in bus rapid transit is a key part of Metro Transit’s efforts to build back as a stronger and better transit system.
Metro Transit is seeking community feedback on planned station locations. Explore the plan and provide your comments by October 31. Learn how you can participate in the process at metrotransit.org/e-line-project
If you have any questions, need further accommodations to access plan materials, or if your group is interested in a virtual project presentation, please contact project staff by email or by phone at 612-599-0459.
What's in the Corridor Plan?
Station maps include specific locations for each planned station, including the proposed corners where stations would be built at each intersection
More information on the E Line corridor, including alignment, and proposed changes to Route 6 and other bus service.
How can I get involved?
Due to the continued pandemic, E Line project staff are not hosting in-person meetings. Here is how you can get more information or get involved:
- Review the plan and submit online comments
- Help us get the word out by sharing a social media posts with your community (Facebook, Twitter)
- Request a virtual meeting for your group or organization with project staff