Location & Transportation

graphic The Northeast Metro suburbs of Minnesota’s Twin Cities are ideally situated for easy access to rail, air, ground, and water transportation.

Interstate highways 35E, 35W, and 694 are all just minutes from each community, providing a quick drive into the cities for commuters and commercial traffic alike.

These communities are conveniently located for access to both Holman Municipal Airport in downtown St. Paul and the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, as well as several small airports with national, international, and local/regional carriers.

As part of a bustling metropolitan region, the Northeast Metro area enjoys convenient proximity to commercial truck and rail carriers. The Twin Cities region has 24 truck line headquarters operating out of 60 terminals. Businesses also can ship via the waterways of the Mississippi River, which runs south and east of St. Paul, and the Great Lakes port of Duluth, about 150 miles to the northeast.

The Metropolitan Transit system offers an extensive network of bus transportation, with service to all the Northeast Metro suburbs. Northeast Suburban Transit, a minibus service, provides weekday transportation in North St. Paul, Maplewood, and Oakdale. Passenger train service is provided by Amtrak.

 

 

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