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Take Metro to Labor Day Weekend Fun

For some people, Labor Day marks the unofficial end to summer – but that doesn’t mean the fun should end anytime soon. In fact, you can still enjoy several events around town this holiday weekend, and Metro is a great option for getting out and about to enjoy the fun while avoiding road construction, parking and […]

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Federal Government Recognizes Metro for Excellence

The ability to maximize the life cycle of MetroBus vehicles and save millions of dollars in the process has attracted the interest of transit agencies around the nation and the world. This national and international reputation has led to a new distinction for Metro — recognition by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) as a model […]

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Take Metro to Paul McCartney Concert at Busch Stadium

Paul McCartney will perform at Busch Stadium this Saturday, August 13 and if you are lucky enough to have tickets, Metro is hands down, your best way to get there to avoid parking and traffic issues. McCartney has not performed in St. Louis since his 2012 show at Scottrade Center, and this is the first concert at Busch Stadium since U2 […]

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MetroLink and MetroBus Schedule Changes Begin August 22

Updated to reflect additional trips on the ‪#‎57X Clayton Road Express and NOT modifying the #33 Dorsett-Lackland MetroBus route. New schedules will go into effect on August 22 for MetroLink trains and for 59 MetroBus routes as part of Metro’s quarterly transit service change. These scheduling changes will improve connections for passengers who transfer between Red Line and Blue Line trains […]

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Metro Launches Adopt-A-Stop Program

Metro kicked off a new MetroBus stop adoption program called Adopt-A-Stop this morning outside of a Reliance Bank location at Windsor Place and Grand Boulevard in midtown St. Louis. Reliance Bank is Metro’s first official corporate “adopter” of a MetroBus stop. Metro transit is inviting businesses, not-for-profit organizations, community groups, neighborhoods, families and individuals to […]

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Passenger Profile: Dasia

Passengers, like Dasia, depend on Metro transit 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.” In order for you to enjoy those sweet and savory crepes at Rooster in downtown St. Louis, […]

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Reminder: MetroLink, MetroBus Schedules Changing on August 22

Updated to reflect additional trips on the ‪#‎57X Clayton Road Express and NOT modifying the #33 Dorsett-Lackland MetroBus route. Your MetroBus and MetroLink schedule is going to look a little different on Monday, August 22 — that’s when Metro’s next quarterly service change goes into effect. With trains now operating on both tracks across the Eads Bridge, MetroLink will change its […]

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Passenger Profile: Darelle

Passengers, like Darelle, depend on Metro transit 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.” For the past three months, Darelle has been putting a new work commute into motion. During his […]

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Cafe Blue Opens at North County Transit Center

The North County Transit Center in Ferguson just got a little sweeter thanks to the opening of Cafe Blue. Metro’s newest food vendor, Cafe Blue operates inside the transit center Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Operated and managed by Keith Davis, the cafe currently offers MetroBus riders and Metro employees a […]

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Ride Metro and Become a Pokémon GO Master

You’ve probably heard about the new Pokémon GO mobile app sensation that’s sweeping the nation. The game is getting players off the couch to explore their communities in a new, albeit strange, way. Pokémon GO, which combines a classic 20-year old franchise with augmented reality, allows players to walk around real-life neighborhoods while seeking virtual Pokémon game characters […]

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