Station Area Planning

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Gold Line BRT + Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)

Bus Rapid Transit-Oriented Development (BRTOD) is a type of development approximately 1/2 mile around stations that includes a mix of housing, office, retail, or other amenities within a walkable and bike-friendly neighborhood. BRTOD planning will help improve each community’s access to jobs, housing, daily shopping needs, and recreation to enhance the quality of life for people of all ages and incomes.

METRO Gold Line BRT stations are located in a wide range of community types and real estate markets. Cities along the route each have their own vision for the area surrounding the station(s). A larger planning effort is needed to tie these community visions together to form a cohesive plan for the entire corridor.

BRTOD Plans will:

  • Help communities define their own vision for a vibrant, transit-supportive station area
  • Make it easier for people to walk, bike, or drive to BRT stations
  • Enable communities to maximize economic development around BRT stations
  • Identify infrastructure investments and policy changes to support each city’s desired outcomes

Gold Line BRTOD Planning and Feedback Opportunities

Click on the links below for detailed updates for each of the station areas.

Saint Paul: Mounds BoulevardEarl StreetEtna StreetWhite Bear AvenueSun Ray (Completed) 

Maplewood: Maplewood (Completed)

Landfall-Oakdale: Greenway (Completed)

Oakdale: Helmo (Completed)

Woodbury: Tamarack, Woodbury Theater (Completed)

Get Involved, Learn More

BRT Project Development: To learn more and get involved with the BRT design and engineering, visit the Metro Transit website.

Bus Rapid Transit Oriented Development Plans: Ramsey County, Washington County, and the partner cities of St. Paul, Maplewood, Landfall, Oakdale, and Woodbury are committed to working directly with stakeholders throughout the BRTOD planning process.

Watch for communications and check the website or email to learn more about the project and contribute your ideas. Visit station area pages (above) to learn about engagement opportunities or visit the Contact Us page to provide feedback specific to each station area.