All Roads Lead Downtown

Greater St. Cloud Air Service
Regional air service is a critical building block for Central Minnesota’s business and economic growth. That’s why securing scheduled commercial air service at the St. Cloud Regional Airport was the Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation’s first initiative, in it’s efforts to lead economic development for the benefit of the Greater St. Cloud community. In addition to Chicago, you can catch flights to Mesa/Pheonix AZ and Orlando FL.

St. Cloud Metropolitan Transit Commission (MTC)

Downtown is the hub of the Metro Bus system. The MTC’s attractive Transit Center is where passengers make connections to other areas of the four-city (St. Cloud, Waite Park, Sauk Rapids and Sartell) area served by the MTC. An estimated 6% of Downtown employees take public transit to and from work.Phone:
Metro Bus Customer Service: (320) 251.RIDE [7433]
Metro Bus Dial-a-Ride Customer Service: (320) 252.1010
Metro Bus Administrative Offices: (320) 251.1499 ext. 100
Greyhound Information: (320) 251.5411Fax:
Metro Bus Transit Center: (320) 253.2438
Metro Bus Administrative Offices: (320) 251.1499
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Hours Of Service
Monday – Friday 5:30 a.m. – midnight
Saturday – Sunday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Northstar Corridor Phase II

The Northstar Corridor Rail Project provides commuter rail service along a 40-mile corridor from Big Lake to downtown Minneapolis. parallel to Trunk Highways 47 and 10. You can catch the bus in St. Cloud to Big Lake.

St. Cloud area residents are hopeful that Phase II (from Big Lake to Rice) may be funded in the future.