Plymouth Metrolink Dial-A-Ride

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Ride Plymouth Metrolink Dial-A-Ride with the Microtransit appDial-A-Ride is Now On Demand
Beginning Oct. 8, Plymouth Metrolink shuttle users have a new way to catch Dial-A-Ride with the Microtransit app, powered by TransLoc.

With Microtransit, Metrolink riders can book Dial-A-Ride shuttles as needed – no more planning rides days or weeks in advance. On average, rides are available in less than 20 minutes. The app lets you stay informed of your ride’s status as you wait.

Rides are available 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Download the free app from Google Play or the Apple App Store.

Download the Microtransit app from Google Play  Download the Microtransit app from the Apple App Store

Book a Ride
Use the Microtransit app to quickly request and pay for a ride. Passengers who would like to request rides by phone may do so by calling 763-559-5057.

If you wish to cancel a ride, please do so through the app or call 763-559-5057.

Fares
Dial-A-Ride fares are $3 each way.

About Dial-A-Ride
Dial-A-Ride is a curb-to-curb transit service for Plymouth residents and their guests. A deluxe mini-bus will take you anywhere in Plymouth and to these locations outside Plymouth:  

  • Ridgedale
  • Colonial Square in Wayzata
  • Golden Valley Center

Dial-A-Ride is a shared ride service, therefore travel may not always be direct to your destination.

The City of Plymouth requires that any child under the age of 10 riding a Plymouth Metrolink bus be accompanied by a person 13 years or older to ensure the child's safety. This does not apply to students riding to and from school.

Accessible Service
All Plymouth Metrolink buses are ADA accessible and have bicycle racks.

Lost and Found
If you lost something on the bus, call 612-378-7466.

About Animals
Service animals: Service and/or therapy animals are always welcome. The animal must be under the control of the rider throughout the trip and while boarding and exiting. Drivers and other passengers may not control the animal at any time. Service animals may sit on the floor or in the rider’s lap. Service animals may not sit in a passenger seat.

Pets: Riders may bring a pet with them if there is space on the vehicle and the animal is properly caged.