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Ray Friem Appointed Executive Director

Bi-State Development Agency (BSDA) President and CEO John Nations has appointed Ray Friem as Executive Director of Metro Transit. The appointment, which went into effect July 1, reestablishes the Executive Director position within Metro Transit and better reflects the managerial responsibility that Friem has in running the daily operations of the St. Louis region’s public transit system. “I am […]

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Passenger Profile: Charaell

Passengers, like Charaell, 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” blog. It’s easy to figure out how long Charaell has been using Metro to […]

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It’s Electric! Metro Test Drives Electric Bus in Forest Park

  You might hop on a Forest Park Trolley that looks a little different than the trolleys you’re used to seeing, starting tomorrow July 21. That’s because Metro is testing a refurbished Zero-Emission Propulsion System powered electric bus from Complete Coach Works, and Forest Park visitors will have a chance to join in the test […]

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Metro Tests New Information Panels At Transit Centers

Metro is working hard to enhance the transit experience for riders and one of the ways we’re doing that is by testing new information panels. The new panels, which have been installed at several Metro transit centers, provide easy-to-use information about nearby amenities and attractions. Each wayfinding board features a street map that highlights nearby landmarks, bike trails […]

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Enter To Win The Ultimate Forest Park Family Getaway

There’s no better place to spend the summer months than in one of the treasures of our region, Forest Park. And now, you have a chance to win the ultimate Forest Park getaway and take in all the park has to offer in a way you’ve never experienced before! We’ve teamed up with some of the […]

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Take Metro To See Meghan Trainor, Fifth Harmony And More

Summer is heating up and so are the events happening in the St. Louis region, including concerts and shows. Start your festivities off the right way and let Metro get you to the excitement. Meghan Trainor will bring her The Mtrain Tour to The Pageant tomorrow. Fifth Harmony, an American girl group formed on the second season […]

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Metro Provides Special Service to Summer Movie Series On Art Hill

Metro is providing special service on the #3 Forest Park Trolley for the Saint Louis Art Museum’s Art Hill Film Series this month. Movie lovers can leave their cars at home or park them at one of our 21 free Park-Ride lots in Missouri and Illinois, and take Metro to the Saint Louis Art Museum […]

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PrideFest to Affect Some MetroBus Routes This Weekend

Road closures may make getting in and out of downtown St. Louis more of a challenge this weekend, and for those who plan to attend 2015 PrideFest June 26 to June 28, Metro transit may be a good option. The festival is being held at Soldier’s Memorial. Metro customers can park for free at any […]

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Passenger Profile: Stephanie

Customers, like Stephanie, 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” blog. If neighborhoods gave awards to its residents for community pride and involvement, Stephanie would be […]

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Here’s How to Take Metro to Fair Saint Louis

Fair Saint Louis returns to Forest Park this year, and Metro transit is a great option for fairgoers, workers and volunteers who are looking for a safe and convenient way to get to the festivities. To accommodate fairgoers, Metro will provide additional MetroLink service on Thursday, July 2, Friday, July 3, and Saturday, July 4, […]

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