Public Transportation

Transportation Services around town:

  • Public Transit : Hiawathaland Transit is operated by Three Rivers, and is available to everyone for any reason. People of all ages ride our buses to go places like school, work, the grocery store, doctor’s office, pharmacy, or library. Our buses can transport anyone anywhere within city limits!HOURS OF SERVICE: Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. There is no service on New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day. The service provides Dial-A-Ride (Curb-to-Curb) service. Cost is $1.75 per tripCall toll free: 866-623-7505****NOTE: It is recommended that you phone 24 hours in advance for transportation to scheduled appointments
  • Volunteer Transit: For needs that are beyond the capacity of the Public Transit buses, Hiawathaland Transit offers a Volunteer Transit (HART) Program. HART Drivers transport residents of Goodhue, Rice & Wabasha counties who are unable to utilize public transportation using their personal vehicle. Individuals can receive rides to and from such destinations as medical appointments, shopping, entertainment, supportive services, friendly visits, volunteer work and more. Check out our website, or contact dispatch Toll Free at 866-623-7505!

 

Transportation Services to Rochester and the Twin Cities:

  • Rochester City Lines Commuter Services are available for both southbound (Cannon Falls to Rochester) and northbound** (Cannon Falls to Minneapolis -S 8th St & Nicollet Mall) For information on rates, schedules and times contact the Rochester City Lines at 507-288-4353 or visit their website at: http://www.rochestercitylines.com/
  • **Please note: northbound bus service from Cannon Falls to St.Paul and Minneapolis is by reservation only.