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The METRO G Line, previously known as the Robert Street Corridor, is a proposed bus rapid transit corridor, from Little Canada to West Saint Paul via downtown Saint Paul on Rice and Robert Streets. Robert Street is named after Captain Louis Robert, an early resident of Saint Paul. The corridor's population is expected to grow 45% and 27% more jobs are expected to come to the area from 2000 to 2030. In the 2006 state bonding bill, $500,000 was set aside to study the feasibility of adding mass transit. Robert Street, the south portion of the corridor, was also studied for light rail improvements. In the Metropolitan Council's 2030 Transportation Policy Plan Robert Street is one of nine arterial streets that are recommended for bus rapid transit. Six of the nine corridors would be built by 20

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  • The METRO G Line, previously known as the Robert Street Corridor, is a proposed bus rapid transit corridor, from Little Canada to West Saint Paul via downtown Saint Paul on Rice and Robert Streets. Robert Street is named after Captain Louis Robert, an early resident of Saint Paul. The corridor's population is expected to grow 45% and 27% more jobs are expected to come to the area from 2000 to 2030. In the 2006 state bonding bill, $500,000 was set aside to study the feasibility of adding mass transit. Robert Street, the south portion of the corridor, was also studied for light rail improvements. In the Metropolitan Council's 2030 Transportation Policy Plan Robert Street is one of nine arterial streets that are recommended for bus rapid transit. Six of the nine corridors would be built by 2020 and the remaining three would be built by 2030. In February 2021, the corridor was selected to be implemented as the G Line. (en)
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  • April 2018 (en)
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  • Dakota County Service Center (en)
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  • METRO G Line (en)
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  • Little Canada Transit Center (en)
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  • Proposed, awaiting adoption by the Metropolitan Council (en)
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  • The METRO G Line, previously known as the Robert Street Corridor, is a proposed bus rapid transit corridor, from Little Canada to West Saint Paul via downtown Saint Paul on Rice and Robert Streets. Robert Street is named after Captain Louis Robert, an early resident of Saint Paul. The corridor's population is expected to grow 45% and 27% more jobs are expected to come to the area from 2000 to 2030. In the 2006 state bonding bill, $500,000 was set aside to study the feasibility of adding mass transit. Robert Street, the south portion of the corridor, was also studied for light rail improvements. In the Metropolitan Council's 2030 Transportation Policy Plan Robert Street is one of nine arterial streets that are recommended for bus rapid transit. Six of the nine corridors would be built by 20 (en)
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  • Metro G Line (Minnesota) (en)
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