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Passenger Profile: Todd

Thousands of customers, like Todd, depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. We hope you enjoy his story and we’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future “Passenger Profile” blog. Todd wouldn’t say he lives a […]

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Passenger Profile: Nettie

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today’s “Passenger Profile”  features Nettie. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. When Nettie’s car broke down back in May, she was forced to rethink […]

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Passenger Profile: Lisa

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today’s “Passenger Profile”  features Lisa. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. This past winter, Lisa was in an accident that totaled her car. […]

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Passenger Profile: Lynn

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today’s “Passenger Profile”  features Lynn. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. Lynn first hopped on a MetroBus vehicle in Illinois back in 1980 […]

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Passenger Profile: Justin

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today’s “Passenger Profile”  features Justin. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. As a Web designer, Justin can pretty much set up shop wherever […]

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Passenger Profile: Dennis

Thousands of customers, like Dennis, depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. We hope you enjoy his story and we’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future “Passenger Profile” blog. Dennis has grown up around public […]

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Passenger Profile: Christine

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today’s “Passenger Profile”  features Christine. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. A couple of months ago, Christine experienced her first MetroBus ride and it […]

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Passenger Profile: Faye

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today’s “Passenger Profile”  features Faye. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. In order to get to and from class each day, Faye boards […]

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Passenger Profile: Don

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today’s “Passenger Profile”  features Don. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. When the Catholic Legal Assistance Ministry (CLAM) moved to downtown St. Louis […]

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Passenger Profile: Falaunda

Thousands of customers like Falaunda depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future “Passenger Profile” blog. Falaunda’s morning commute to work starts around 7 a.m. each morning. She utilizes […]

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