Transportation information for St. Paul, North
Paul International Airport, a major regional hub and home of Northwest Airlines,
is a 20-minute drive south of downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. The airport handles
around 22 million passengers a year. The Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport
is 15mi (25km) southeast of Minneapolis and about the same distance southwest
of St. Paul.
get around the city, Metro Transit run a comprehensive bus system throughout
the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. During the winter months the climate-controlled
skyway system provides comfortable access to a large area of the city.
has stations in both cities that are reasonably convenient to sights and lodgings.
Twin Cities are at the crossroads of two major interstate highways, I-35 and I-94.
The former runs north-south from Duluth, Minnesota, to Des Moines, Iowa; the latter
east-west from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Billings, Montana.
Twin Cities Passenger Station: 12500 W Marion Ln., Minneapolis, MN 55401 (612)
The Twin Cities are at the crossroads of two major interstate highways,
I-35 and I-94. I-35 runs north-south from Duluth, Minnesota, to Des Moines, Iowa;
I-94 east-west from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Billings, Montana.