Tag Archives: Getting Around

MetroLink Work Scheduled for Week of May 13

UPDATE: 5/15 3:00 p.m. Single track operations scheduled for Monday at the College Station was cancelled. 5/14 3:00 p.m. Single track operations scheduled for Monday at the Forsyth and Clayton MetroLink Stations was cancelled. 5/13 3:00 p.m. Single track operations scheduled for Monday at the Forsyth and Clayton MetroLink Stations was cancelled.  Work is scheduled on the MetroLink […]

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MetroLink Work Scheduled For Week Of May 6

Work is scheduled on the MetroLink system Monday, May 6 through Sunday, May 12. Passengers may experience short delays in the work zones. The affected areas of the MetroLink system are: University City-Big Bend Station Forsyth Station Clayton Station UMSL South Station UMSL North Station North Hanley Station College Station MetroLink will operate on a single […]

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St. Louis County Man Sells Car, Reflects On 1,000 Days Without It

Did you drive your car today? More importantly, did you HAVE to use your car today? David Ziolkowski is a Senior Architectural Lighting Designer with HOK Lighting Group, a lighting design team based in St. Louis. He, his wife and two children live in the St. Louis area. Seems pretty typical so far, right? Well, […]

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Take Metro To St. Louis Blues Season Home Opener This Saturday

The NHL season is back on and the St. Louis Blues home opener is Saturday! What’s the easiest way to get downtown before the puck drops? Metro Transit, of course! The Blues are scheduled to play the Detroit Red Wings at 7 p.m. at the Scottrade Center. The Civic Center Transit Center at 14th and […]

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Flashback Friday: Bus Drops Man Off At The Chase Club in 1933

A few Fridays ago, I took you back in time to the 1930s just outside the Jefferson Hotel. This week, we are heading back to the ’30s, to a different hotel. 1933: The 21st Amendment ends prohibition, gas costs 10 cents a gallon and the board game Monopoly is created. In this 1933 photograph, you […]

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Metro Transit Honored at St. Louis Green Business Challenge

St. Louis Metro works hard to help others live a green lifestyle by parking their cars and taking transit, and at the same time, we also work hard to promote green living within our agency. Metro was honored at the 2012 St. Louis Green Business Challenge breakfast and awards ceremony yesterday. The St. Louis Green Business […]

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Holiday Week MetroLink Maintenance Work; Delays for Some Passengers

Work is scheduled at two locations on the MetroLink system tonight through Wednesday and on Sunday. Some passengers may experience delays in the work zones. The affected areas of the MetroLink system are: College MetroLink Station Shiloh-Scott MetroLink Station Grand MetroLink Station Trains will not operate in Illinois between the College and Shiloh-Scott Stations from […]

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Fairs, Fiestas, Food, Fine Art and…Flutes? Getting Around STL Sept. 10-12

Yes, we know that is a lot of words that start with the fricative letter F.  But here’s another one: fun.  It’s going to be another St. Louis late summer weekend full of fantastic fairs, festivals, food and finds. So forget the forlorn forecast, and focus on the fine form, finger foods, folk, friends and […]

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Metro Around Town: April 10-12

It’s setting up to be another out-and-about kind of weekend in St. Louis. The sun is shining, temperatures warming up, and thousands of people in St. Louis will be “running” around in the next few days. Here’s a quick list of some of the events are going on around the region, and how you can […]

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Photo of Max light rail bike hook, courtesy of TriMet

Why Not Bike Lockers? (Updated)

In response to a MetroLinks post last week regarding bike vending machines, commenter JimmyZ asked: Instead of “Bike-share Vending Machines”, how ’bout just some simple bike lockers at suburban metrolink stations, available for daily or monthly rentals? I thought that was a good question, so I spent some time thinking about it, and here’s my […]

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