You can ride your bike on any street you like throughout Union Park. Bicyclists have the same rights as motorists and can legally ride on any street that's not a freeway.
Bike routes through Union Park include Ayd Mill Road, Summit Avenue, Mississippi River Boulevard, Marshall Avenue, Pelham Boulevard, Prior Avenue, and Griggs Street. The Aldine and Griggs bridges provide crossing over I-94 for bicyclists and pedestrians.
The City of Saint Paul maintains an updated map of all the bike facilities within its borders. The St. Paul Bicycle Coalition has a page with other useful resources, including a Cycling Map and Guide.
The Metro Transit trip planner shows you the best public transit routes to, from, and through our neighborhoods.
The Green Line train runs along University Avenue at the north border of Union Park, to both downtown Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Service on the A Line Bus Rapid Transit runs through Union Park providing easy access to the Metro Blue Line and the City of Roseville.
If you're unable to use public tranportation because of a disability or health condition, Metro Mobility may be able to help.
Saint Paul is served by the Hour Car car sharing program. The city is developing an Electric Vehicle Mobility Network. Bike and electric scooter share programs have been available in St. Paul in the past--you can check for updates on this year's programs on the city's shared mobility page. Interested in others? Here is comphrehensive list of bike sharing companies. And did you know that Metro Transit can help you organize a carpool?
New Speed Limits
Saint Paul and Minneapolis have lowered speeds on city-owned streets. Lower traffic speeds reduce the likelihood of a crash and make a crash less likely to lead to death or a life-changing injury. A person hit at 35 mph is three times more likely to die than someone hit at 25 mph.
New speed limits are 20 mph for local residential streets. Saint Paul and Minneapolis have installed new “gateway signs” at entry points in both cities, indicating the citywide speed limit is 20 mph unless otherwise posted. Speed limits may be 25 mph for larger, arterial and collector city-owned streets; and 30-plus mph for a few city-owned streets. Always follow all posted speed limits.
Visit the city's speed limits page for more information.