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.

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) 251.5411

Metro Bus Transit Center: (320) 253.2438
Metro Bus Administrative Offices: (320) 251.3499

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Hours Of Service
Monday – Friday 5:30 a.m. – midnight*
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.*

Sunday transit service is provided by Metro Bus Dial-a-Ride Services.
Sunday service hours 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Call 320.252.1010 for Dial-a-Ride schedule information. Visit for current schedule information.

Fixed Route Metro Bus Fares
Single Ride $ .70 10-Ride Card or 10 Tokens $ 6.00 31-Day Pass $ 29.00 (unlimited rides on all Metro Bus Fixed Routes)

Metro Bus Dial-a-Ride Late Night, Sunday and Extended Area Services
Metro Bus Dial-a-Ride provides curb-to-curb shared-ride service for individuals living beyond 3/4 mile of a Metro Bus Fixed Route (extended service area), with late night shared-ride service (9:00 p.m. to midnight) provided for everyone after regular fixed route service ends Monday-Friday, plus all day Sunday (9:00 a.m. ­ 6:00 p.m.); including extended areas within the four cities where regular fixed route service is not provided. Reservations must be made up to 7 days in advance by calling 252.1010.

Metro Bus Dial-a-Ride Fares
Single Ride $ 1.40 Metro Bus Dial-a-Ride 10-Ride Card $14.00 Metro Plus 31-day Pass $48.00 (unlimited rides on all Metro Bus and Metro Bus Dial-a-Ride routes.)

Passes and 10-ride cards are available at the Transit Center and major grocery stores.

St. Cloud Metropolitan Transit Commission was named one of the 10 most improved transit agencies in the country in 2002 by Metro Magazine. In 1974, Metro Bus was the first transit system in the state with door-to-door service for persons with disabilities. In 1999, Metro Bus Dial-a-Ride became the most advanced with onboard mobile data computers and a state-of-the-art computerized dispatch system to interconnect 21 Dial-a-Ride vehicles. In 2000, Metro Bus also expanded its Metro Bus Dial-a-Ride service to seven days a week to serve an increasingly mobile metropolitan area.

Metro Bus’s fixed route system transports over 1.6 million passengers annually, while the Metro Bus Dial-a-Ride system has an annual ridership of over 110,000.