Take a Ride on the #74 Florissant

With the opening of the North County Transit Center a few weeks ago and the introduction of a new MetroBus service plan for North St. Louis County, there are a number of new ...

Metro to Close North Walkway at Civic Center Transit Center

The Civic Center MetroLink Station in downtown St. Louis will remain open as construction gets underway to expand what is one of Metro’s busiest transit hubs. MetroLink riders will be ...

Passenger Profile: Jeremy

Passengers, like Jeremy, depend on Metro transit to get to work, school and other important destinations. We hope you enjoy his story, and we’re interested in your transit story too. Email mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org, and ...

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Take a Ride on the #74 Florissant

With the opening of the North County Transit Center a few weeks ago and the introduction of a new MetroBus service plan for North St. Louis County, there are a number of new MetroBus routes operating in the region. We’re taking you on a quick tour of each of these new routes so you can get acquainted with […]

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Metro to Close North Walkway at Civic Center Transit Center

The Civic Center MetroLink Station in downtown St. Louis will remain open as construction gets underway to expand what is one of Metro’s busiest transit hubs. MetroLink riders will be able to access the MetroLink platform from 14th and Spruce Streets; however, the north walkway from Clark Avenue to the station platform will be inaccessible […]

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Passenger Profile: Jeremy

Passengers, like Jeremy, depend on Metro transit to get to work, school and other important destinations. We hope you enjoy his story, and we’re interested in your transit story too. Email mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org, and we may share your story in a future “Passenger Profile.” Since Jeremy started working in downtown St. Louis five years ago, he has relied on […]

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Routine Maintenance Work Planned at Meridian Parking Garage

Metro transit customers and others who park at the Meridian garage adjacent to the Brentwood I-64 MetroLink Station may be impacted by maintenance work at the facility which begins on Monday, May 9. The maintenance work and cleaning will be done floor by floor with crews starting on the top level of the parking facility […]

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Take Metro to Baseball and Hockey Playoff Action

Metro transit will provide extra MetroLink service on Tuesday night, May 3, as sports fans converge on downtown St. Louis for the second round of the National Hockey League Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Scottrade Center and evening baseball action at Busch Stadium. Metro is a great way to get to the pre-game rallies and […]

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Take Metro to See Bloc Party, TechN9ne

The month of May is usually when school ends and summer unofficially begins. Whether or not that’s the case for you, Metro transit is the best way to get you to and from events scheduled this month at some popular venues located near public transit. The Scottrade Center will be the epicenter of activity this […]

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MetroLink Work Scheduled May 2-6

MetroLink passengers are encouraged to allow extra time for their commutes in Illinois next week as maintenance work on the MetroLink system may result in delays for some Red Line passengers. To accommodate work crews, Red Line MetroLink service will end at the College MetroLink Station and a Shuttle Train will transport passengers to and […]

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Take a Ride on the #72 Monarch

With the March 14th opening of the North County Transit Center and the introduction of a new MetroBus service plan for North St. Louis County, there are a number of new MetroBus routes operating in the region. We’re taking you on a quick tour of each of these new routes so you can get acquainted with these new transit […]

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Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday! This is a Public Service Cherokee line bus heading outbound on Gravois at Grand in 1948. Notice that we had to blur out the ‘Grand-Gravois Building’ name on the building across the street to make it harder to guess the location. Have a great weekend – Let’s Go Blues.

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Driverless Cars, Technology and Public Transit

Yesterday, the Urban Land Institute St. Louis hosted an interesting forum on autonomous (driverless) vehicles and what the future may hold for them in St. Louis. The featured speakers were Susan Zielinski from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute in Ann Arbor; Greg Stubblefield from Enterprise Holdings, Inc.; Ezra Kramer from Walker Parking Consultants […]

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