MVTA wants input on transit options for cityThe Minnesota Valley Transit Authority wants to hear from Rosemount residents regarding three possible service options to meet the city’s transit needs.
The Minnesota Valley Transit Authority wants to hear from Rosemount residents regarding three possible service options to meet the city’s transit needs. Anyone who wants to offer input should visit the MVTA web site at www.mvta.com under "Listening Post" to review the options. Each of the options provides service to/from the current park & ride at the Rosemount Community Center.
Briefly, the three options are as follows:
Option one: Eliminate Route 479; add new Route 478 with non-stop service between downtown Minneapolis and the Rosemount Community Center. This is the least expensive option.
Option two: Eliminate Route 479; add new Route 478 and extend two trips in each direction on Route 476 to Rosemount. This is the mid-priced solution.
Option three: Retain modified Route 479 and eliminate some route 477F trips; add Route 478; reduce Route 420 frequency. This is the most expensive solution.
Maps, schedules and more description information is posted on the MVTA web site at www.mvta.com under “Listening Post.” Input should be provided to the MVTA by Tuesday, March 17 by e-mailing the MVTA at firstname.lastname@example.org or sending comments to the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority, 100 E. Highway 13, Burnsville, Minn., 55337.