Looking for ways to get around once you’ve reached your destination? Jefferson Lines has many transit partners as part of our Community Connect Program that can help you complete that last mile of your trip, be it to your hotel, a family or friend’s house, or just to explore your destination.
Check out some our local transit partners’ websites below for more information on how they can get you around town.
DART Bus – Fort Dodge
Paul Bunyan Transit – Bemidji area
Tri-Valley Heartland Express – Crookston Area
Rainbow Rider Transit – Alexandria Area
Arrowhead Transit – Cities of Aitkin, Cloquet, Grand Rapids, Pine City, and Virginia
Central Community Transit – Willmar and Litchfield
Community Transit – Marshall, Luverne, Pipestone, and Jackson
Duluth Transit Authority – Duluth
Rochester Transit – Rochester
St. Cloud Metro Bus – St Cloud
MATBUS – Moorhead
Brainerd/Baxter Transit – Brainerd, Nisswa, Pequot Lakes, and Pine River
Maple Grove Transit – Maple Grove
Minnesota Valley Transit Authority – Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, and Rosemount, Savage, Prior Lake and Shakopee
Prairie Five Rides – Clara City and Granite Falls
Otter Express – Fergus Falls and Perham
Friendly Rider – Staples and Wadena
Southern Minnesota Area Rural Transit (SMART) – Albert Lea and Owatonna
Prairie Lakes Transit – Fairmont
White Earth Transit – Connect to White Earth Reservation in Detroit Lakes
Richland County Transportation – Sidney
Bismarck Mandan Transit – Bismarck
Cities Area Transit – Grand Forks
Jamesriver Transit – Jamestown
Dickinson Transit – Dickinson
MATBUS – Fargo
Southcentral Transit – Valley City
Standing Rock Public Transit – Connect to Standing Rock Reservation in Bismarck
Community Connect Program: Near and Far – Helping Passengers Complete that Last Mile!
What is the Community Connect Program? Jefferson Lines vision is to expand our business over the next three to five years as the preferred independent bus company that is connected with our communities, our civic institutions, and our transportation partners. We operate true to this vision in that we strongly believe in the importance and need for access to public transportation options for the communities that we serve, many of which are rural communities. We developed the Community Connect Program as a way to better connect with our transportation partners by helping each other bring transportation awareness to the communities that we serve.
So, are you a small public transit system that would like to increase your exposure? Partnering with Jefferson Lines has helped small systems become known as the transportation option for everyone, not just for seniors. Or are you a large transit system hoping to better connect your residents with opportunity beyond your community boundaries? Offering more streamlined transportation options both near and far means better service for residents of your community, making your community more attractive to visitors. Knowledge is power when it comes to transportation. Help spread the word by joining our Community Connect Program!
If you are interested in joining our program or would like more information, please contact us: