Buffalo Transportation Services

Buffalo is accessible by several modes of transportation including nearby light rail, airport transfers, taxi service, and local bus service. Buffalo Airport is located within the city limits, an appealing aspect for local business ventures. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is located 47 miles from Buffalo. MSP serves over 33 million passengers annually and ranks as the 16th busiest airport in North America. There are several options for transportation to the airport from Buffalo including taxi, limo and van services.

Buffalo Airport

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is located 47 miles from Buffalo. MSP serves over 33 million passengers annually and ranks as the 16th busiest airport in North America.

Buffalo Municipal Airport:
1305 County Rd 134
763.682.0296
www.ci.buffalo.mn.us/airport

Northstar Commuter Rail

Northstar Commuter Rail, Minnesota’s first commuter rail line, provides commuter rail service from Big Lake to downtown Minneapolis. The Northstar station in Big Lake is a 20-minute drive from Buffalo. Connect in downtown Minneapolis to light rail service to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Mall of America.

For more information go to www.metrotransit.org/northstar.

Local Bus Transportation

Trailblazer Transit provides general public transportation, which means that almost anyone can use the service for almost any reason. There are no qualifications or requirements to use the transit system.

For more information call 320.864.1000 or 1.888.743.3828; or visit www.trailblazertransit.com.

Buffalo Allied Transit provides weeknight public bus transportation within Buffalo city limits Monday through Friday from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. Call 763.477.8596 to make a reservation.

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