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Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday! Were you able to guess the year and location of today’s vintage transit photo? You are looking at an eastbound streetcar on Maryland west of Euclid with Kingshighway in background. The date is April 4, 1945. Today’s businesses at this location include Straub’s Market, Scape restaurant and, of course, the Chase Park Plaza. […]

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Weekend Construction to Make Way for Leading-Edge Technology

Sunday, March 1 Update: Installation of OCR was completed early, and MetroLink trains have resumed regular operation between the 5th & Missouri and Stadium MetroLink Stations. Shuttles are no longer being used to transport passengers by bus between these stations. MetroLink trains will not operate between the 5th & Missouri and Stadium stations this weekend (Saturday, Feb. […]

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KSDK’s Heidi Glaus Gets a Behind the Scenes Look at MetroBus Ads

Advertising on MetroBus vehicles is a great way to get your message out in the Bi-State region whether you are an ad agency, a company, or a not-for-profit organization. The ads range from small to extra large to fit any budget. With a MetroBus fleet of nearly 400 vehicles, you can’t help but notice our buses out on […]

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Passenger Profile: Lauren & Carter

Thousands of customers, like Lauren and Carter, depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. We hope you enjoy their 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” blog. When Lauren and her family were searching […]

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MetroLink Work Scheduled February 25 – March 1

Sunday, March 1 Update: Construction work on the alignment was completed early, and MetroLink trains have resumed regular operation between the 5th & Missouri and Stadium MetroLink Stations. Shuttles are no longer being used to transport passengers by bus between these stations. MetroLink passengers on the Red Line and the Blue Line should allow extra time […]

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Special Metro Transit Pass for 2015 Missouri Valley Basketball Tournament

Metro transit is partnering with the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) to offer the 2015 Men’s Basketball Tournament MetroPass for fans attending this year’s Arch Madness. For $23.50, the special MetroPass provides unlimited rides on MetroLink, MetroBus and the #99 Downtown Trolley from March 4 to March 8. It’s a great way to get to and from […]

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Passenger Profile: Mechie

Thousands of customers, like Mechie, 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 mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future “Passenger Profile” blog. Mechie first started using Metro when the […]

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Lucas & Linda: An Everlasting Love Story

In celebration of Valentine’s Day tomorrow, we have been sharing the stories of couples who met on MetroBus or MetroLink. Here is a love story about Lucas and his late wife Linda. Lucas is one of our reserve MetroBus dispatchers and his fellow  dispatcher Tim Stewart wanted to share this story.  Lucas Lowery’s almost 50 years with the Bi-State Development […]

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New Look for St. Louis Downtown Airport Website

If you haven’t seen the new website for St. Louis Downtown Airport yet, you should check it out. It has a fresh, new design that is mobile friendly and easier to navigate. “Our old site contained useful information, but it wasn’t customized to meet the needs of our pilots or other stakeholders,” said Erick Dahl, St. Louis Downtown Airport Director. “This new […]

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Special Valentine Passenger Profile: Ted & Amy

In celebration of Valentine’s Day this Saturday, we’re sharing the stories of couples who met on MetroBus or MetroLink. This week’s Passenger Profile features the story of our next couple, Amy and Ted. Ted doesn’t remember the specific conversations he had on the bus back in 1980, but what he does remember is who he had those […]

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