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Passenger Profile: Emma

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. We are going to share some of their transit stories as part of a new feature called “Passenger Profile.”  We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a […]

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Deadline to Provide Public Comment on Fare Increase Options Quickly Approaching

 We still want your input about the proposed Metro fare increase even though the public meetings and the public hearing are over. You have until 5 p.m. tomorrow night (April 4) to take our online survey or call in your comments at 314-982-1422 or to email them to FareIncrease2014@metrostlouis.org. The proposed fare increase was one […]

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Metro’s First 60-Foot Buses Will Go Into Service June 9

To deliver on a promise in the long-range transit plan, Moving Transit Forward,  to better move more people between the North and South corridor of St. Louis and to address high ridership numbers on the #70 Grand Line, Metro purchased 15 articulated buses. The first longer vehicles are now starting to arrive in St. Louis. […]

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Bi-State Development Agency/Metro Among Healthiest Workplaces In America

Here at Bi-State Development Agency/Metro we are proud to report that we ranked No. 41 out of 100 companies in Healthiest Employers’ latest 2014 ranking. Healthiest Employer is an Indianapolis-based corporate wellness research and data analysis firm that honors employers of all sizes, regions and industries each year for its Healthiest 100 list. The list […]

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Metro Seeks Public Comments On Proposed Fare Increases

The public will have the opportunity to comment on three proposed Metro transit fare increase options next month. The Operations Committee for the Bi-State Development Agency’s Board of Commissioners authorized Metro staff to schedule several public meetings and a public hearing in March to receive input on options for a proposed fare increase. Meetings dates, […]

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Tile Art Murals Dedicated at MetroLink Station at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

Two new public art murals created by artist Amy Cheng welcome Metro transit passengers as they arrive and depart from the Terminal 1 MetroLink Station at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. The murals which are made from waterjet-cut ceramic tiles were dedicated on January 31, 2014 as part of a commitment to upgrade MetroLink Stations on […]

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Holiday Tips: Always Be Alert When Shopping and Using ATMs

With only a few days left to finish your holiday shopping, here are some things you can do to help keep your holiday season safe. Shopping Be aware of your surroundings at all times. If possible, shop with a friend. Not only is it safer, but it’s more enjoyable. Don’t carry all of your money in […]

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Holiday Tips: Protect Yourself from Becoming a Victim of Identity Theft

Identity theft is a nationwide problem and caution should be used to protect your personal information especially during the holiday shopping season. Never give personal information over the phone, such as your social security number, date of birth, mother’s maiden name, credit card numbers, or bank PIN code, unless you initiated the call. Sign all […]

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Metro Monitors Winter Weather and Urges Metro Riders to Plan Ahead

Metro transit is carefully monitoring the winter storm moving through the St. Louis metropolitan region. Customers should plan ahead and allow extra time for their commutes this weekend. “Any time it snows, we expect there will be weather challenges. We urge our customers to plan ahead for delays,” said Ray Friem, Metro Chief Operating Officer […]

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Rock ‘n’ Roll St. Louis Marathon Series This Sunday

Participants and spectators for the third annual Rock ‘n’ Roll St. Louis Marathon Series this Sunday, October 27, 2013 are encouraged to take Metro public transit to the event to avoid the numerous street closures in downtown St. Louis. Three MetroLink stations are located within a few blocks of the starting line (Market Street west […]

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