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Metro Ready for Cardinals Home Opener

While Opening Day for our St. Louis Cardinals isn’t technically a national holiday, it’ll definitely feel like it. If you’re able to sneak out of the office early on Monday (April 7), let us be the ones to get you to the Home Opener festivities. Since the Cardinals home opener is on a work day […]

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Take Metro to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Festivities

There are several St. Patrick’s Day events coming up and you could be testing your luck finding a parking spot downtown. Avoid the hassles of parking, closed streets and traffic jams and take Metro. St. Patrick’s Day Race and Parade in Downtown St. Louis Before you head downtown for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Run at […]

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Here’s How Metro Can Get You to and From Soulard Mardi Gras

There are just five more days until the Mardi Gras Grand Parade and Metro is again pleased to offer a special shuttle to and from the festivities in Soulard. On Saturday, March 1, Metro will operate a special Mardi Gras bus shuttle every 15 minutes from the Civic Center MetroLink Station at South 14th Street […]

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Metro to Offer Special Mardi Gras Bus Shuttle on March 1

Laissez les bons temps rouler — Let the Good Times Roll! It’s Mardi Gras time again and Metro is pleased to offer a special shuttle to and from the parade festivities in Soulard. The Mardi Gras MetroBus shuttle will allow you to safely and conveniently get in and out of Soulard for the 2014 Mardi […]

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Local Artist Created New Artwork at Shrewsbury Lansdowne I-44 MetroLink Station

The next time you are at the Shrewsbury Lansdowne I-44 MetroLink Station, check out the new piece of art that was created by St. Louis artist Ben Fehrmann. The artwork was dedicated this morning, and Bi-State Development Agency/Metro President and CEO John Nations, Metro Arts in Transit Director David Allen and Fehrmann participated in the […]

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Ride Metro To STL250′s Signature Events This Weekend

Update: The Burnin’ Love event at Art Hill in Forest Park was rescheduled Friday, Feb. 14 to Tuesday, Feb. 18 due to icy weather conditions.  Don’t look now, but St. Louis’ 250th big birthday celebrations are starting! Yep, it’s been 250 years since that blustery February day in 1764 when a 14-year old Auguste Chouteau […]

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MetroLink Customers Enjoy Live Concerts on the Holiday Magic Train

  MetroLink customers enjoyed singing holiday songs and listening to live music aboard the Holiday Magic Train on November 30 and December 7. If you missed the onboard concerts, there are still a couple of opportunities to hear live holiday music at two Metro locations. The Salvation Army Brass Ensemble will perform a 30-minute concert […]

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St. Louis Riverfront Project Gets Underway

Major improvements to the St. Louis Riverfront as part of the historic CityArchRiver 2015 project are now underway. Regional leaders, residents and others celebrated the official groundbreaking last month. The Central Riverfront project, the second component of the CityArchRiver 2015 initiative, will improve the safety and accessibility of the Mississippi Riverfront and Gateway Arch grounds […]

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Holiday Magic Train Concerts Are Back This Year With Live Music at Metro Transit Centers

Metro transit commuters will hear the sounds of the season again this year aboard the Holiday Magic Train. Live music is scheduled this Saturday, November 30 as well as the following Saturday, December 7. In addition to the Holiday Magic Train concerts, there will be variety of musical groups performing at several Metro transit centers […]

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Emergency Training Exercise Provides a Great Benefit to St. Louis Downtown Airport

St. Louis Downtown Airport in Cahokia, Illinois recently conducted a training exercise on Saturday, November 16 where Metro East emergency responders and public health crews learned how to handle a simulated plane crash and fire, multiple passenger injuries and fatalities, and a simulated biological hazard scenario.   The University of Missouri provided its Mobile Aircraft […]

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