Take Bicycle Friendly Driver Training

Bicycle Friendly Driver training is available online for free. Join the interactive online class that can teach drivers how to share the road with bicyclists. 

 

There are many reasons people choose to ride a bike. No matter what the reason, everyone has a right to be on the road and deserves to arrive at a destination safely. It is important to know how to safely share the road.

 

Learn how to drive safely and respectfully around people biking with an easy-to-follow curriculum that consists of ten short videos. The course is estimated to take 45 minutes to complete. Individuals who complete the course can receive a Bicycle Friendly Driver certificate upon completion.
 

Videos are also posted individually for viewing separately outside of the class.

All PTS News

On February 5, the Gopher Way connections between the three buildings have reopened after construction.

Beginning on Tuesday, January 16, our in-person customer service hours will be available from 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. on weekdays, to align with team capacity. 

Transit service will be impacted over winter break - view post for full details.

Paratransit service will not operate after 6:00 p.m. during Winter Break, and will not operate on January 15. Lyft rides are available after hours and must be requested in advance. Full details here.

On Saturday, Dec. 2, Metro Transit made changes to transit service throughout the metro. As always, these quarterly service changes adapt and adjust to current and projected ridership and Metro Transit's available resources and driver workforce.

University community members are requested to use the Pleasant Street bridge near Bruininks Hall to cross Pleasant Street whenever possible.

St. Paul campus commuters coming from Maplewood may notice construction delays in the coming months.

Fall Bike Maintenance Classes Open For Registration

2023-24 Parking Rate Increases 

Spring 2023 Zap Program Newsletter