Riverview Corridor Study

Riverview Corridor

 What is the Riverview Corridor? 

The Riverview Corridor is defined by the Mississippi River on the south, the river valley bluff on the north, Lowertown and Union Depot on the east, and the Airport and Mall of America on the west.

The Ramsey County Regional Railroad Authority is leading a Pre-Project Development (PPD) Study to research, analyze and identify opportunities to improve transit within the Riverview Corridor. This study is scheduled for completion in late 2015 and will involve reviewing the viability of transit modes, transit location, engineering issues, community needs and preferences, and estimated costs.

The Riverview Corridor Pre-Project Development Study is be guided by a Policy Advisory Committee and a Technical Advisory Committee. Both committees seek and gather public input throughout the process to better understand the transit needs and opportunities for the diverse communities in the corridor.

Click on Riverview Corridor for more information regarding the corridor and the study, and “like” on Facebook.

August 2017

Riverview Corridor Transit Study - Open House

The Riverview Public Advisory Committee is hosting four upcoming community meetings to share the results of the detailed analysis.
For more information about the study: http://riverviewcorridor.com/

All of the meetings will be from 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Mon, July 31 –Union Depot Red Cap Room
Mon, Aug 7 – Dowling Elementary, 3900 W. River Parkway, Mpls
Wed, Aug 9 – Gloria Dei, 700 South Snelling Ave
Thurs, Aug 10 – Nova Classical Academy, 1455 Victoria Way, St Paul
(see attached flyer for details).

We invite you to attend a community meeting to hear the latest update on the Riverview Corridor Transit Study and public comments on the detailed analysis results.
No final decisions have been made regarding transit routes or vehicles in the Riverview Corridor. However, the Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) met on July 13 and narrowed the options to six alternatives (route and vehicle). You can find descriptions and concepts of the remaining six alternatives on the project website, on the Committees page, under the July 13 PAC Meeting: http://riverviewcorridor.com/committees/

Joy R. Miciano
Riverview Corridor Transit Study
Public Engagement Consultant

March 2017 

Commissioner Ortega and Councilmember Tolbert invite you to join them for a conversation about the Riverview Corridor Study and the need for improved transit Wednesday, March 8, from 6:30PM to 8:00PM in the Highland Community Center Auditorium. A brief update on the study will be presented at 6:30PM with an open house to follow.

January 2016

Explore Riverview Corridor transitway improvements during upcoming meetings

Where and when:

January 11, 2016
Union Depot – Red Cap Room
214 East 4th Street, Saint Paul (map)
4:00-6:00 pm | Presentation at 4:30 pm

January 12, 2016
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church
700 Snelling Ave., Saint Paul (map)
5:00-7:00 pm | Presentation at 5:30 pm

January 13, 2016
Nova Classical Academy
1455 Victoria Way West, Saint Paul (map)
5:30-7:30 pm | Presentation at 6:00 pm

Initial screening of transit routes and vehicles now available

An executive summary of the initial screening of potential transit routes and vehicle types is posted on the Riverview Corridor website. Tech Memo #5, prepared as part of the Riverview Corridor transit study, summarizes the results of a high-level, qualitative analysis of a large number of potential transit routes and vehicle types.

The Initial Screening document, also called Tech Memo #5, identifies routes and vehicles recommended for more detailed study over the coming months. The Ramsey County Regional Railroad Authority invites you to review the summary report and provide comments. Share your thoughts at one of the community meetings scheduled in January. Or, share your thoughts with the project team by phone or email.

Summer 2015 News 

Spring 2015 News

Policy Action Committee and Technical Advisory Committee

 PRESS

Pioneer Press – October 2, 2016
Pioneer Press – October 2, 2016
MinnPost 11-16-15