Minneapolis makes navigating around the city easy with multiple accessible options. To see a list of travel resources visit the Minnesota Council on Disability website.
Getting Here: Airport Information
The Minneapolis/St. Paul International (MSP) Airport is accessible to people with disabilities and offers an array of services for those travelers. At the airport you can contact airline personnel, the MSP Customer Communications Office, and Travelers Assistance volunteers to help and answer questions.
Visit the MSP Airport’s accessibility page for more information, including an Accessibility FAQ page, Services Maps for Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, and ground transportation options.
Getting Around: Transportation Options
There are plenty of transportation options in Minneapolis for travelers with disabilities:
- Metro Mobility: offers a door-to-door public transportation system for persons with disabilities. Call 651-602-1111 (TTY 651-221-9886) for more information.
- Cummings Mobility: provides rentals of wheelchair and scooter accessible vans. For more information call 651-633-7887
- Metro Transit: All buses and trains through Minneapolis’ public transportation system are accessible. Light-rail trains have step free-boarding and designated sections for customers using wheelchairs. All platforms are fully accessible. For additional information, call 612-373-3333 or visit Metro Transit's accessibility page.
- Driving Miss Daisy: Offer a complete line of wheelchair accessible vans with rear entry ramps, Para-lift equipped, and regular sedan vehicles to transport clients.