Transportation Options


Highway 694 and 35W run through the city of New Brighton and are primarily managed by the State of Minnesota. Keep up-to-date on summer construction projects through visiting the Minnesota Department of Transportation projects page.

New Brighton also manages the city roads alongside Ramsey County and MN Department of Transportation (MNDOT). Find out what we're working on this year by visiting our Construction (Streets) page.

A Park-and-Ride lot is located at Salem Covenant Church (Silver Lake Road and 5th Street NW) that connects to Bus Routes 25 and 825.


Bus routes that run in New Brighton are managed by Metro Transit. Metro Transit offers an app for smartphone users to purchase tickets directly from their phone, as well as a Go-To Card that riders can add value to before their trips. The following bus routes pass through New Brighton:

  • Route 804 is a new suburban local route providing service between Silver Lake Village in St. Anthony and the County Road H Park and Ride in Mounds View with improved access to jobs, services, housing, and retail. This route will replace the existing G branch of Route 4 that travels north from Silver Lake Village and provide a connection to Route 250 at the County Road H Park and Ride on select trips. Customers now traveling north on Route 4G will need to transfer at Silver Lake Village to continue north.
  • Route 25 (Runs from Blaine through New Brighton to South Minneapolis)
  • Route 825 (Downtown Minneapolis through New Brighton to Blaine). Transit Link is a curb-to-curb, shared public transportation option for riders that operates on weekdays through the seven-county metropolitan area. Transit Link must be reserved in advance and fares are based on distance traveled.
  • Metro Mobility, run by the Metropolitan Council, is a shared public transportation option for riders who are unable to use regular fixed-route buses.