Child Care, Transportation, and Other Support Services
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Find child care, public transportation, and various support service. Learn how to establish residency. Change or get a driver's license. Find maps and directions to anywhere in Minnesota.
- Minnesota's Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP)
Find out if you qualify for help with your child care expenses.
- Minnesota Child Care Resource and Referral Network
Search a statewide database for child care providers. It also provides a toll-free referral line. Information is also available in Español, Hmoob, and Soomaali.
- Driver and Vehicle Services, Minnesota Department of Public Safety
View information about driving and identification/residency requirements. Find out how to get a Minnesota driver's license or renew your license plate tabs.
- Metro Transit
Get schedules and plan trips on buses and trains in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Find out how to travel by bicycle, rideshare, bus, light rail, and commuter rail.
Use NexTrip online or by phone at 612-373-3333 to get help planning your trip including real-time departure times.
- Paratransit Service - Metro Mobility
Provides public transportation for riders who are unable to use the regular fixed-route bus. This may be due to a disability or health condition. A completed application form is needed to determine eligibility for service.
- Public Transit in Minnesota
Connect to statewide public transit information listed by county.
- City, County and State Maps, Minnesota Department of Transportation
Provides a highway system map that shows all interstate and U.S. and Minnesota state highways. It has Twin Cities metro maps that cover all seven county plus portions of the surrounding counties. It also has maps of all Minnesota cities and counties.
- Google Maps
Get directions and maps for any address or intersection. Save your searches, search for nearby businesses, view current traffic conditions, and more.
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Provides online access to statewide community resources including human services, financial assistance, and other forms of help. It is a rich in source of information for seniors, people with disabilities, caregivers, parents and families, and low income people.