Saint Paul: Mounds Boulevard Station Area

Final BRTOD Plan

In spring 2019 City staff will provide recommendations to the City Council on necessary amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, Zoning, Bicycle Master Plan, and Pedestrian Plan, and on additional funding for further studies to implement the final BRTOD Plan for the Saint Paul stations. See final BRTOD Plan for all Saint Paul station areas below (PDF).

Phases 3-4, BRTOD Plan

Purpose: Gather feedback on draft BRTOD plans; February 2019



    • Presentation, Mounds Blvd, Earl, and Etna combined; see below

Draft City of Saint Paul BRTOD Plan


  • Online survey, open through February 25, 2019
  • District Council presentation and work session to review and gather feedback on the Mounds, Earl and Etna Stations BRTOD Plans: Monday February 17, 2019, 5:30 pm-6:30 pm, East Side Enterprise Center 804 Margaret St, St Paul. Participants to contribute using Response Sheet

Phase 2, BRTOD Concept Alternatives

Purpose: Gather feedback on draft land use and access elements of BRTOD concepts; July-August 2018


  • Handout: BRTOD Overview
  • Overview: Phase 2 BRTOD Concept Alternatives
  • Presentation (Mounds Blvd, Earl, and Etna combined; see below)


  • Online engagement open through October 5, 2018, using the same questions as the Response Sheet
  • District Council presentation and feedback session: Monday September 17, 2018 beginning at 6:30 pm, 804 Margaret Street, Saint Paul. See presentation above. Participants to contribute via online survey above.
  • Gold Line Open Houses for the entire corridor organized by the Gold Line Project Office; everyone is welcome:
    • Tuesday, July 17, 5:00–7:00 p.m., Grace Lutheran Church, 1730 Old Hudson Road, Saint Paul
    • Wednesday, July 18, 5:00–7:00 p.m., Guardian Angels Catholic Church, 8260 4th Street North, Oakdale

Engagement Results

  • Compilation, including both in-person and online contributions: Not yet available

Phase 1, Opportunities and Constraints

Purpose: Provide information about the project, and opportunities and constraints for each station area; gather stakeholder feedback on station area issues in order to identify specific station area objectives  (October-early November 2017)




  • Community Feedback Session, October 11 2017, District 1 Community Council offices. Participants contributed on a Response Sheet
  • Online tool: Open October through early November; provided basic information about the project and the questions from the Response Sheet (above)

Engagement results: In-person and online engagement provided feedback on draft station-area constraints and opportunities. Feedback will help shape specific station-area objectives and guide access and land use alternatives. 

  • Compilation, including both in-person and online contributions
  • Key objectives identified for this station area:
    • Preserve and promote neighborhood historic character
    • Preserve and enhance environment for existing business
    • Preserve parking and auto access for Hudson Road businesses
    • Create a safe station environment
    • Ensure safe walking and biking
    • Promote compatible development