ST PAUL TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION

People first. Mode second.

aka Move Minnesota   |   Saint Paul, MN   |  https://www.movemn.org

Mission

Our mission is to lead the movement for an equitable transportation system in Minnesota that puts people first.

Ruling year info

2009

Principal Officer

Samuel Rockwell

Main address

2446 University Ave W, Suite 170

Saint Paul, MN 55114 USA

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EIN

41-1906261

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Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (R01)

Community, Neighborhood Development, Improvement (S20)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (C01)

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Sustainable Transportation for Saint Paul Employers and Properties

As the capital of our state, how people get around in Saint Paul sets an example across Minnesota for what transportation can and should be like. Move Minnesota works in Saint Paul to connect people and places to transportation options that are healthy for our communities, our climate, and our economy. With over 20 years of experience, we provide scalable solutions to meet the needs of our local partners.

Population(s) Served

Move Minnesota leads a coalition of statewide partner organizations calling on the legislature to increase funding for bus, rail, bicycling, and walking.

The Transportation Forward coalition unites groups from across sectors and geographies because transportation impacts every one of us–and we are stronger when we come together to advocate for change! This multi-year effort builds on our decades of coalition-based advocacy at the State Capitol and beyond, with a mix of long-standing and new partnerships moving us forward.

Population(s) Served
Adults

Transit is an essential service to sustain our communities. Many of our most vulnerable community members rely on transit to get to work, the grocery store, and the doctor. Many of these community members are essential workers—people whose jobs are to care for the sick and elderly, people who keep childcare centers running, people who pick up the trash and process shipments. Transit is critical at all times and is crucial for our future.

In the face of these realities, Move Minnesota advocates for emergency and ongoing transit funds at the state and federal level. We coordinate with national transportation and transit advocacy organizations, including TransitCenter and Transportation for America, to push for transit stimulus money and to ensure that funds designated for transit can be used for transit operations as well as capital expenses. We organize partners in Minnesota to boost transit funding on the priority list for the Governor’s administration and for leaders of both parties in the Minnesota House and Senate.

Population(s) Served

To create a transportation system that is more equitable and just, Move Minnesota is working to change how transit fares are enforced in Minnesota. We demand that the Minnesota Legislature end the harmful fare enforcement practice currently mandated by state law, and replace it with a support-based ambassadors system that addresses the underlying reasons why fares sometimes go unpaid. Fares should be checked by non-police transit ambassadors who have access to information about social services, safe housing, and other resources.

Population(s) Served

The Twin Cities needs faster, better bus rides for more people. That’s why Move Minnesota is pushing decision-makers to speed up and improve the reliability of Metro Transit’s most-used routes.

We are advocating for simple and inexpensive fixes with the power to make a big impact. Bus riders shouldn’t have to wait years for progress to come one new line at a time—we need improvements now.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Adults
Adults
Adults

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ST PAUL TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION

Board of directors
as of 02/22/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Sarah Ghandour

Metropolitan Council

Term: 2021 - 2022

Ken Rodgers

MN Department of Transportation

Sevcik Tummala

University of Minnesota, TerraLuna Collaborative

Ben Rabe

Fresh Energy

Kim Berggren

City of Brooklyn Park

Sarah Ghandour

Metropolitan Council

Patrick Martin

Children's Cancer Research Fund

Angela Peterson

Connexus Energy

Laura Greteman

Michelle Johnson

Winthrop & Weinstine

Alex Tsatsoulis

Minnesota Land Trust

Darwin Yasis

ISG Consulting

Molly Zimmerman

Women of Nations