Rise for Roe: A Get Out the Vote Concert
11 a.m. – 5 p.m. | Stage starts at 12 noon
Saturday, Oct. 29, 2022
425 Rice Street, St. Paul, 55103
(The former Sears store parking lot near the MN State Capitol)


Transportation Assistance

Public TransitRegardless if you’re taking train or bus, public transportation will save you the time and money of parking your own car. The Get Out The Vote concert is during non-rush hour, so transit fares are only $2! Tickets can be purchased at the train station, on the bus, or prepurchase with the Metro Transit App. Even if you have to make a transfer, your ticket will be valid for your connecting bus or train and is good for 2.5 hours after purchase. Use the Metro Transit Trip Planner to check easy door to destination directions!The METRO Green Line is an 11-mile light rail transit (LRT) line connecting downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul. The LRT line runs along University Avenue for much of its length. The Capitol / Rice St. Station will bring you within a block of your destination!The Rice St & Aurora/St Anthony Av Stop bus station will get you even closer, taking you steps away from the venue. The following three bus routes will take you there:Route 62 buses run between the Shoreview Community Center, a designated Park & Ride, and downtown St. Paul. Buses run primarily along Rice Street through Vandais Heights, Little Canada and Roseville, entering St. Paul by traveling west of the State Capitol on Rice and 12th streets. In Little Canada, Route 62 serves the Little Canada Transit Center and the Highway 36 and Rice Street Park & Ride, which includes 280 surface parking lot spaces.  Route 3 is a local bus route providing service in Minneapolis and St. Paul. It operates east-west between downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul along Como Avenue and Rice Street, with one branch serving Maryland Avenue while the other operates on Energy Park Drive and Front Street.  In addition to the two downtowns, other key destinations include the University of Minnesota and Como Park. Route 3 also connects to the METRO Green Line and the METRO A Line.


Route 67 operates between downtown St. Paul and the Franklin Ave. Station on the Blue Line. The route serves Rice St., Thomas Ave., and Minnehaha Ave.


BikingThe end of October is beautiful biking season! Bike parking is available near the venue on the State Capitol complex. Closest to your destination, there are two racks at the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s building at 395 John Ireland Blvd, St Paul, MN 55155.Find your route there with the St. Paul bike map.


The nearest paratransit drop off & pick up zone is just off Rice Street on Fuller Avenue.


If you choose to drive, save money on parking and limit your emissions by sharing the ride with friends!If you have any questions about affordable and sustainable transportation, contact your local Transportation Management Organizations Move Minneapolis and Move Minnesota.




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