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Metro Employees Honored as Red Cross Heroes

Metro Call-A-Ride operator Lamont Moore and Metro Public Safety Officer Gerald Abernathy were each awarded a 2015 American Red Cross Hero Award during a ceremony yesterday at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel. Every year, the American Red Cross Greater of Eastern Missouri honors individuals who respond heroically to someone in critical need. The event recognized remarkable […]

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Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday! Were you able to guess the details of today’s photo? This is Grand at Lafayette looking north on April 16, 1950. Currently, Saint Louis University’s Salus Center fitness and classroom facility. Also nearby, a few blocks south on Grand and Sidney, you might have noticed a rare new construction project on the site […]

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Testers Needed for Second Phase of Gateway Card

Metro is preparing to move into the second phase of testing of the Gateway Card — your new ticket to ride transit, and we’re looking for customers who use both MetroLink and MetroBus as part of their daily commute. You can be one of the first to try out the new Gateway Card and help us […]

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Passenger Profile: Ed

Thousands of customers, like Ed, depend on Metro transit every day 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” blog. As many longtime bus riders may remember, before Metro, we […]

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Ask Metro: What is a MetroLink Station Shuttle?

“Ask Metro” highlights questions asked in past St. Louis Post-Dispatch live chats, on social media, on our blog or via email. Have a question for us? Email it to mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and your question may be included in a future blog post. Q: I’ve seen signs at MetroLink stations for a MetroLink Station Shuttle. What exactly is […]

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Check Out The Winning MetroScape Artwork

  Images from 10 St. Louis area artists are starting to appear at bus shelters near you. Metro Arts in Transit invited local artists to submit their artwork to MetroScapes last fall. Submissions were reviewed by a panel of artists and art professionals who selected the winning pieces in January based on quality of work, appropriateness for public […]

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MetroLink Work Scheduled March 23-29

Customers are encouraged to allow a little extra time for their commutes next week as maintenance work on the MetroLink system may result in brief delays for some Blue Line MetroLink passengers, and some eastbound passengers will need to board trains from the westbound platforms at two MetroLink stations. To accommodate crews, MetroLink will operate […]

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Loop Trolley Construction to Impact Metro Transit Service to Forest Park

The Loop Trolley project will impact MetroBus routes serving Forest Park as well as how MetroLink customers will be able to access the Forest Park-DeBaliviere MetroLink Station for several months starting on March 30. The changes are necessary in order to accommodate construction work and the closure and demolition of the DeBaliviere Bridge at the […]

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Passenger Profile: Kristy

Thousands of customers, like Kristy, depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, school and other important destinations. We hope you enjoy her 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. Kristy is not a fan of St. Louis traffic. “I […]

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Ask Metro: Why does MetroLink Work Happen During Large Events?

“Ask Metro” highlights questions asked in past St. Louis Post-Dispatch live chats, on social media, on our blog or via email. Have a question for us? Email it to mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and your question may be included in a future blog post. Q: Why does MetroLink maintenance happen during large events? A: The original MetroLink alignment is […]

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