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Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday time! A Public Service bus is seen amid downtown streets that are filled with Christmas shoppers at the intersection of Seventh and Locust Streets outside the Downtown Famous-Barr in 1960. While the Macy’s downtown is now closed, there are lots of small retail options downtown for some last minute holiday shopping. Also, check […]

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Metro Offers Mobile-Friendly Trip Planner

It’s now easier to plan your trips on MetroBus and MetroLink from your mobile device. Metro transit has enhanced Trip Planner to be more mobile-friendly, giving customers a simpler, easier to use interface when planning their commutes. Customers can access the mobile-friendly version as they’ve done in the past, and all of the same features are […]

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Passenger Profile: Queen

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today’s “Passenger Profile”  features Queen. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. For more than three years, Queen has been making the trip back […]

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Holiday Music: Shiloh Middle School Performs

If you’re deep into the holiday shopping frenzy, you might need a break (and some holiday music to brighten your spirits). Luckily, we have the perfect remedy. The Shiloh Middle School band will perform a 30-minute concert at 5 p.m. Thursday (Dec. 18) at the Shiloh-Scott MetroLink Station. The performance is free to the public. […]

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MetroLink Updates Policy for Cyclists

Good news for bicyclists who take MetroLink. Effective immediately, two bicycles, instead of one, will be allowed at each designated area on the trains. The updated policy will not change the way you board MetroLink with your bicycle. If you are bringing your bicycle on MetroLink, you will still enter the train at the rear […]

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Here’s How To Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

Cyber Monday has passed, but many of us are still online shopping for the holidays. It’s a great time to score big on the latest deals, but it’s also a time when identity theft is all too common. Here are a few tips to ensure a safe holiday shopping experience: Never give personal information over the telephone, […]

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MetroLink Work Scheduled December 15-21

Rail maintenance work on the MetroLink system may result in brief delays for some Red Line and Blue Line passengers next week, so customers are encouraged to allow a little extra time for their commutes. To accommodate the work crews, MetroLink will operate on a single track at the Central West End MetroLink Station, Rock […]

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10 Ways To Shop Safe This Holiday Season

There is still plenty of time to get those holiday gifts purchased, and we’re happy to help you check items off of your to-do list. But as you finish your holiday shopping this weekend, be sure to be alert — especially when it comes to theft. Here are 10 suggestions to keep you safe this season: […]

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Holiday Music: Vashon High School, Retro Boogie, & Honeyvox Perform

Need some holiday cheer? You’ll have three opportunities this week to enjoy live music Metro style. The Vashon High School Drum Line and Pep Band will perform a 30-minute concert at 5 p.m. today (Dec. 11) at the Grand MetroLink Station. The performance in the Scott Avenue Transit Plaza area is free to the public. This Saturday, Dec. […]

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Eads Bridge Rehabilitation Project Moves Into Second Phase

The Bi-State Development Agency provided an update today on the status of the first comprehensive, full-scale rehabilitation of the truss and supporting superstructure of the historic Eads Bridge. The $40.2 million project is needed to upgrade the bridge and preserve a critical piece of the region’s $1.8 billion transit infrastructure so it can continue to […]

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