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Metro Transit Passengers to be Interviewed During Final Phase Of Regional On-Board Survey

The final phase of a regional on-board public transit survey by the East-West Gateway Council of Governments is now underway with random Metro transit customers being asked to participate. The purpose of the On-Board Transit Survey is to predict future transportation needs in the region. The Metro transit portion of the regional survey involves two […]

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TRANServe Debit Cards Make Transit Easier for Federal Employees

Federal government employees can now use their TRANServe Debit Cards to receive their monthly Metro transit pass! Under this new program, government employees participating in the Transit Benefit Program are able to use this personalized Visa card to purchase passes online at metrostlouis.org, at the MetroRide store (on the corner of 7th and Washington), by […]

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Extra Metro Transit Service for Fair Saint Louis

Metro transit is a great transportation option for Fair Saint Louis visitors, workers and volunteers who want to avoid traffic congestion, street closures, and parking issues in downtown St. Louis. Extra MetroLink trains will be running to accommodate the large crowds at the annual celebration on Thursday, July 4, Friday, July 5, and Saturday, July […]

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New Farebox Testing to Move to Different MetroBus Routes

Beginning on Monday, July 1, 2013, Metro transit will move its testing of new fareboxes to six different routes on the MetroBus system.  As part of building a better transit experience for customers, Metro installed new fareboxes on 40 buses and began testing them last October. The farebox testing is moving to the #2 Red, […]

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Where’s Tony Transit? Tony Hops on MetroLink to Give Away $50 Visa Cards Today

Free money… That phrase always has a nice ring to it. While you can save gas money each and every day by taking Metro transit instead of driving to work, “Tony Transit” Patrico of KPNT 105.7 FM The Point will literally be giving away $50 Visa gift cards and other prizes again today (June 20) […]

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The Muny Trolley In Service June 17 To August 11

The Muny Trolley is back this summer! Metro Transit and The Muny are partnering again this year to provide Trolley services to The Muny. The #3 Muny Trolley will serve patrons of The Muny this season on the evenings when shows are scheduled June 17 through August 11, 2013. The 3X Muny Trolley will operate […]

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Chat Live With Metro Transit Today at Noon About Using Metro for Summertime Family Fun

The first Wednesday of the month is upon us and you have special access to key Metro Transit officials with the lunchtime Metro Transit Chat Live on stltoday.com. As part of a partnership with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Ray Friem and Jessica Mefford-Miller answer your public transit questions today from noon until 1 p.m. live […]

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Next Quarterly Metro Service Change June 10

We constantly monitor and review feedback from our Metro Transit customers and operators so that we can build a better transit experience for the St. Louis region. As a result, every quarter we update MetroBus routes and schedules to better improve MetroLink connections and MetroBus on-time performance. Brief details of the resulting changes that would […]

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MetroLink Work Schedule May 28 through June 2

Work is scheduled on the MetroLink system Tuesday, May 28, through Sunday, June 2. Passengers may experience short delays in the work zones or may be transferred to a Shuttle Train. The affected areas of the MetroLink system are: College Station Shiloh-Scott Station To perform track work between College Station and Shiloh-Scott Station, regular MetroLink […]

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Eads Bridge Inspires Artwork Dedicated At Arch-Laclede’s Landing MetroLink Station

The historic Eads Bridge has spanned the Mississippi River at St. Louis since 1874 and today carries thousands of MetroLink passengers and hundreds of personal and commercial vehicles between Missouri and Illinois every day. While the image of the bridge is familiar to most residents of the region, some of the elegant structural details of […]

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