During the Covid-19 Pandemic, Landline is offering FREE travel from MKT (Mankato) to MSP (Minneapolis) and DLH (Duluth) for students trying to get home due to classes being canceled. If there are groups that need to travel, they can arrange to pick up at the campus.
Contact: Liz Thiesse | Manager, Business Relations & Community Marketing
3030 North Airport Road - Mankato, MN 56001
City of Mankato Transit (Bus):
Monday through Friday routes. Cash fare $1.50, Route 5 Drops off at SCC.
For more information or to make a mobility bus reservation Call 311 or 625-RIDE (7433). www.mankatomn.gov/city-services-a-z/bus-routes
Hiawathaland Transit Faribault
Hiawathaland Transit is operated by Three Rivers Community Action, and is available to everyone for any reason. People of all ages ride our buses to go places like school, work, the grocery store, doctor's office, pharmacy, or library. Our buses can transport anyone anywhere within city limits! There are even a few routes between cities. Contact Hiawathaland Transit for more information about specific services.
Faribault route times:
Monday - Friday 4:30 am - 9:00 pm, Saturday - Sunday 7:00 am - 4:30 pm
People to Jobs
VINE coordinates employment and employment-related transportation for single parents, refugees, and other low-income workers. Transporting the young children of low-income workers to daycare when their parents go to work is an important part of the service provided. People to Jobs is a six-month transitional program designed as a stepping stone to allow workers time to develop more permanent transportation solutions. Fares from riders cover a portion of the cost.
Call to schedule a meeting with one of our staff members
True Transit: (Town, Rural, Urban Express)
Blue Earth, Nicollet & Le Sueur counties. Has set routes where you can schedule a ride at least two business days in advance or up to one month in advance online www.truetransit.org or calling (800) 560-1575. Passengers are expected to follow TRUE transit rules.
Passenger fares on scheduled routes are $3 one-way. Rides outside scheduled routes please contact TRUE Transit and we will do our best to accommodate your request for a premium price calculated by millage starting at $6 per one-way trip.
Operated by Vine Faith in Action
Wheel Get There
MVAC’s Wheel Get There program accepts donated cars from the public and sells them to low-income people at a discount. Most cars sell for between $400 and $700. (Tax, license, and transfer fees can add as much as $115). To qualify, you must be over 18, reside in the nine-county area served by MVAC (Blue Earth, Brown, Le Sueur, Faribault, Martin, Sibley, Nicollet, Waseca, Watonwan counties) and be low-income. Cars usually sell within one to two days, (sometimes within two hours) so what we have changes from day-to-day.
Simply call 507-345-0446 to find out what we have for cars. If one interests you, make an appointment to come and test-drive the car. If it will work for you, pay for the car, provide proof of insurance, sign paper work to transfer the car, verify income eligibility, and drive away.
MVAC Mankato Office
706 N Victory Dr., Mankato