Suburban Transit Association

The Suburban Transit Association (STA) was founded in 1995 to bring together 11 suburban communities in the Twin Cities Metropolitan for providing public transportation..

The purpose of STA is to jointly and cooperatively develop programs of mutual interest that would benefit the citizens of the communities served. These transit systems (also referred to as Suburban Transit Association Providers) provide flexible transit services through a variety of programs including: flex routes, reverse commute services, local service between communities and/or regional transit centers, dial-a-ride services, and elderly/disabled transportation services.

Suburban Transit Association Providers

  • Maple Grove Transit
  • Minnesota Valley Transit Authority
  • Plymouth Metrolink
  • SouthWest Transit

The website for the Suburban Transit Association is here: