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Transportation Resources

Resources to help you get around, including discounts exclusively for students.

You don't need to navigate this alone. Anoka-Ramsey Community College Counselors are available to meet with students who need assistance with mental health or basic needs issues.

Make an appointment with ARCC Counselors

Anoka-Ramsey Community College also has carpool opportunities available.

Carpooling opportunities for students and staff

Minnesota Housing Hub Transportation Resources 

Here you will find a list of resources including free vehicles, repairs and loans. 

Anoka County Transit Unit

Students attending school in Anoka County, MN, may have access to Metro Transit College Passes or Student Passes, which are transit cards for students who travel by bus and train.


Learn more online or call 763-324-3250.

Arrowhead Transit

Arrowhead Transit has been serving Minnesota’s Arrowhead Region since 1974. We are the largest public rural transportation system in Minnesota.

Each year Arrowhead Transit provides transportation to thousands of residents in 10 counties in Northeastern Minnesota and beyond, including: Aitkin, Itasca, Koochiching, St. Louis, Lake, Cook, Carlton, Pine, Chisago and Isanti.

We currently provide travelers and commuters alike with scheduled service, Dial-A-Ride and a Volunteer Driver Program.


Learn more online.

Metro Mobility

Metro Mobility is a shared public transportation service for certified riders who are unable to use regular fixed-route buses due to a disability or health condition. Rides are provided for any purpose.


Learn more online or call 612-602-111, Monday to Friday 7:30 am to 4 pm

Metro Transit

Free Metro Transit pass for ARCC students
Unlimited rides on Twin Cities Buses, Light Rail and Northstar (up to $3.25 fare). 


Universal passes are available at the ARCC Coon Rapids Campus Store.


Learn more online.


Transit Link

Transit Link is a dial-ride service and operates as a public transportation service in Anoka County. It picks riders up where regular fixed-route transit is unavailable in Anoka County. Transit Link will either bring customers to a fixed route bus stop or drive them from their pick up location to their drop off location. This service operates using accessible buses and is good for students that don’t live near bus lines such as St. Francis, Ramsey, Andover.


Learn more online. or call 651-602-5465.


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