Transportation One of the many benefits of attending a college in the middle of a thriving metropolitan area is the opportunity to explore. With the many options for transportation that Minneapolis and St. Paul provide, your next adventure will be a short ride away - and with resources such as Smart Trips, planning your trip is even easier. Whether you're going to see a show at Minneapolis' famous First Ave or visiting the Minnesota Science Museum, you'll find it's simple to get there on one of the Twin Cities' public transportation systems. Metro Transit As a Hamline students, you will be eligible for a College Pass, which allows you to have unlimited rides on buses and trains for the entire semester. Green Line Metro Transit's Green Line train stop is only a short walk from campus. Bus rides The Twin Cities' busing systems connects you with all the attractions and sights around the cities. With easily navigable routes that start right outside Anderson Center, you can go anywhere. A Line Catch a hybrid bus on the A line, a rapid busing system that travels up and down Snelling avenue. Passengers pay at the many stations along the routes and ride new specialized vehicles. Learn more about the A Line and Metro Transit online » Cycling in the Twin Cities Voted one of America's top 5 best bicycling cities by Bicycling Magazine, Minneapolis is a short ride away from campus. Learn how to explore both of the Twin Cities on your own bike, which you can store on campus in your residence hall, or rent one from Nice Ride MN. Bike Rental Nice Ride MN provides bicycle rentals throughout the Twin Cities in order to promote an environmentally friendly, and healthy travel alternatives for Minnesotans. Your nearest Nice Ride Station at Hamline is right on Englewood Ave outside of Anderson Center. Bike Paths Check out St. Paul and Minneapolis bike paths before starting your next adventure. Minnesota Bicycle laws Stay safe on Minnesota's streets and roads, and learn Minnesota's Bicycle laws before hitting the road.