Transportation

TRANSPORTATION

Ways to Work Loan Program
Ways to Work is a proven, innovative program that provides small loans to low-income parents who cannot get loans elsewhere. All Ways to Work loans are used to help individuals remain in or move forward in their job. The vast majority of our loans are made for the purchase of modestly priced used vehicles or vehicle repair. Click here for eligibility criteria. 

Transit Assistance Program (TAP)

The Transit Assistance Program (TAP) is designed to make public transit through Metro Transit more affordable for low-income residents who are accessing one or more of many of the programs included on Bridge to Benefits. Once enrolled, you (and approved family members) will have access to $1.00 fares for a year. To sign up you must present one of the accepted certificates, show a photo ID card or utility statement with your name and address on it, and add money to your TAP card. You can enroll online, through the mail, and in person. For more information on how to enroll, what documentation is approved, where the closest location to apply is, or see a list of FAQs click here

Metro Transit
Get schedule, route and fare information for the bus, the Hiawatha Light Rail, Dial-a-Ride, and Metro Mobility for persons with disabilities. Call 612-341-4287 for recorded departure times for any route, 24 hours a day. To speak to a representative call 612-373-3333. TTY: 612-341-0140.