Frequently Asked Questions

This page provides answers to common questions about the Rush Line BRT project. If you have other questions, please contact the project team online or at 651-266-2760.

What is BRT (bus rapid transit)?

Why is the Rush Line BRT Project needed?

What will be the impacts from COVID-19?

Where will Rush Line BRT go?

How was this route selected? Why BRT and not local bus or light rail?

At what times and how often will Rush Line BRT run?

What features will Rush Line BRT stations have?

What features will Rush Line BRT vehicles have? Will vehicles produce air or noise pollution?

Will Rush Line BRT buses have their own lanes or operate in regular traffic?

Who is leading the Rush Line BRT Project?

What is happening now to advance the Rush Line BRT Project?

When will construction begin? When will the Rush Line BRT open?

How will the Rush Line BRT Project be funded?

How will the Rush Line BRT Project affect the Bruce Vento Regional Trail?

I don’t have a car – how can I access the Rush Line BRT?

Why won't the Rush Line BRT extend farther north than White Bear Lake?

Will Rush Line BRT cause residents to be displaced?

Will the Rush Line BRT bring crime?

How can I receive the latest updates on the Rush Line BRT Project?