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The METRO B Line is a planned bus rapid transit route in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The route will operate mostly on Lake Street in Minneapolis before crossing the Mississippi River into St. Paul and operating mostly on Selby Avenue and ending in downtown St. Paul. The route was identified in Metro Transit's 2014 Arterial Transitway Corridors Study as one of eleven local routes to be upgraded to bus rapid transit. The route will have "train-like" features to speed up service, such as signal priority, all-door boarding, further stop spacing, and specialized vehicles. Planning and design is currently underway until 2021, with construction slated for 2022. The line would join the A Line and C Line as portions of Metro Transit's METRO system. Full funding for the line was secured in October 202

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  • The METRO B Line is a planned bus rapid transit route in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The route will operate mostly on Lake Street in Minneapolis before crossing the Mississippi River into St. Paul and operating mostly on Selby Avenue and ending in downtown St. Paul. The route was identified in Metro Transit's 2014 Arterial Transitway Corridors Study as one of eleven local routes to be upgraded to bus rapid transit. The route will have "train-like" features to speed up service, such as signal priority, all-door boarding, further stop spacing, and specialized vehicles. Planning and design is currently underway until 2021, with construction slated for 2022. The line would join the A Line and C Line as portions of Metro Transit's METRO system. Full funding for the line was secured in October 2020 with a final $35 million from the state of Minnesota. (en)
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  • The B Line would use 60-foot articulated buses similar to those used on the METRO C Line. (en)
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  • METRO B Line (en)
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  • West Lake Station (en)
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  • Planning Stages (en)
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  • The METRO B Line is a planned bus rapid transit route in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The route will operate mostly on Lake Street in Minneapolis before crossing the Mississippi River into St. Paul and operating mostly on Selby Avenue and ending in downtown St. Paul. The route was identified in Metro Transit's 2014 Arterial Transitway Corridors Study as one of eleven local routes to be upgraded to bus rapid transit. The route will have "train-like" features to speed up service, such as signal priority, all-door boarding, further stop spacing, and specialized vehicles. Planning and design is currently underway until 2021, with construction slated for 2022. The line would join the A Line and C Line as portions of Metro Transit's METRO system. Full funding for the line was secured in October 202 (en)
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  • Metro B Line (en)
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