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Metro Announces St. Louis Rapid Transit Connector Study: First Round of Open Houses Scheduled

Metro invites you to join us on March 28, April 2 and April 5, as we explore new and exciting strategies to improve commutes and expand access to economic opportunities through higher-speed transit service on the region’s highways and major streets with the St. Louis Rapid Transit Connector Study. The study will identify and advance […]

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Late Night MetroLink Work Scheduled For Week of January 28th

Late night work is scheduled on the MetroLink system Monday, January 28th through Thursday January 31st and some Red Line passengers may experience short delays in the work zones. The affected areas of the MetroLink system are: Wellston MetroLink Station Rock Road MetroLink Station UMSL South MetroLink Station UMSL North MetroLink Station North Hanley MetroLink […]

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Metro Links May 17, 2010

Free screening of Beyond the Motor City in University City. Tonight is a free screening of Beyond the Motor City: The Future of U.S. Transportation at the Tivoli Theater in University City.  Film starts at 7 p.m., and the panel of Rep. Russ Carnahan, BTMC director Aaron Woolf, and Citizens for Modern Transit’s Tom Shrout […]

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MetroLink Prom Queen, courtesy of <a href=

Metro Links for October 30

Here are some interesting tidbits from around the internet to help you kick off your Halloween weekend. Metro President & CEO Bob Baer sat down with the Post-Dispatch’s “Along for the Ride” crew and discussed his recent decision to stay on permanently at Metro, as well as the agency’s fiscal future. Is it out with […]

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Rainbow bus, courtesy of Green Homes Festival

MetroLinks for 9/30/09

Here are some interesting transit or St. Louis-related links from around the internet to help kick off your week. The bus painting last weekend at the Green Homes Festival went very well. Check out this report on Provacative Nation and Green Homes Festival’s Flickr feed for some great images from the event, including the one […]

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MetroLinks for 9/22/09

Here are some links to transit and urban planning-related items from around the internet that you may have missed. Jack Schuler and Richard Baron had an interesting editorial in the Post-Dispatch about Missouri’s aging infrastructure. Save the Date! MetroLink prom this year will be taking place on Friday, October 23, with a special appearance by […]

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MetroLinks for 9/11/09

Here are some interesting transit-related links to ponder on this humid, end-of-summer Friday: Via KC Light Rail, Kansas City broke ground on a new Bus Rapid Transit line yesterday. ClimateBiz Blog discusses the return on investment for TOD. Pointer’s Market opened up in the Benton Park neighborhood. The Post-Dispatch Book Blog reports on the start […]

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Metro Links 8/28/09

Some transit-related links and news for yet another unseasonably gorgeous August Friday: The Washington Post had a nice article about the (DC) Metro sign shop and the work they do. St. Louis Urban Workshop rewrites a Newsweek column in a more transit-friendly way. Don’t forget that the Moonlight Ramble is tomorrow night, starting at 14th […]

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MetroLinks 08/14/09

Here are some transit and development-related links worth passing along on a beautiful Friday. Tim Logan says it’s good news and bad news for the St. Louis housing market. From The Infrastructurist, beautiful photos of abandoned subway stations of the world. St. Louis Alderman Antonio French is excited about bringing jazz concerts to O’Fallon Park. […]

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MetroLinks 08/06/09

I was catching up on my blog reading early this morning, and there are just too many interesting things to pass by without linking. Via The Transport Politic, The High Speed Rail Association’s new network plan – the two routes we St. Louisans would be most interested in (Chicago-St. Louis and St. Louis-Kansas City) are […]

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