Riverview Corridor

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From Mall of America to Union depot there's lots to love

What is it?

The Riverview Corridor Modern Streetcar is a planned 12-mile transportation connection along State Highway 5 (West 7th Street) in St. Paul. It will link neighborhoods, key destinations like MSP Airport and the Mall of America, and numerous employers, addressing mobility needs and providing economic opportunities.

Watch this short video to learn exactly what a modern streetcar means:
 

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Community engagement

Additional information (PDF) requested at the Policy Advisory Comittee meeting on Feb. 29 is now available.

Attend our next Riverview Open House event to learn and share your thoughts with us:

Location Date & Time Agenda

Palace Community Center
781 Palace Avenue
Saint Paul

May 14, 2024
5-7 p.m.

Information about the modern streetcar and arterial bus concepts, public feedback.


We also participate in community events. Our next will be the Focus Beyond Transition Services Walk Audit sponsored by Saint Paul Public Schools:

Location Date & Time Agenda
West 7th Street from St. Clair Ave. to Jefferson Ave.
Saint Paul

April 24, 2024
8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Riverview representatives will join this event.


Visit our meetings and events page for the complete list.

Tell us what you think

The Riverview project team wants your input on the streetcar and bus options and also what you think is most important. Please take this brief survey.

Riverview Survey 2024

We also invite you to explore detailed interactive maps of the proposed routes. You can leave feedback directly on the maps and see what other people are saying too.

Streetcar and Bus Map

There’s lots to love about the Riverview Corridor like great people and unique places. What do you love along the route?

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And you can always send us questions or comments through our online form.

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Learn more

Since 2017, multiple committees—comprising community members, policy leaders, and technical experts—have been hard at work. They gather information and provide recommendations to the public. Explore these additional pages to learn more about each area.