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The Gold Line, also known as the Gateway Corridor during early planning, is a proposed bus rapid transit along Interstate 94 from St. Paul, Minnesota to Woodbury, Minnesota.

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  • The Gold Line, also known as the Gateway Corridor during early planning, is a proposed bus rapid transit along Interstate 94 from St. Paul, Minnesota to Woodbury, Minnesota. (en)
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  • Metropolitan State University (en)
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  • Saint Paul, Minnesota (en)
  • Woodbury, Minnesota (en)
  • Landfall, Minnesota (en)
  • Maplewood, Minnesota (en)
  • Oakdale, Minnesota (en)
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  • Metro Gold Line (en)
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  • 2025 (xsd:integer)
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  • 6500 (xsd:integer)
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  • 11 (xsd:integer)
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  • Proposed (en)
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  • The Gold Line, also known as the Gateway Corridor during early planning, is a proposed bus rapid transit along Interstate 94 from St. Paul, Minnesota to Woodbury, Minnesota. (en)
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  • Metro Gold Line (Minnesota) (en)
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