Tag Archives: St. Louis

Bi-State Development Agency to Lead New Regional Freight Partnership

East-West Gateway Council of Governments voted today to move forward with plans to have the Bi-State Development Agency (BSDA) lead a new regional freight partnership aimed at optimizing the region’s freight transportation infrastructure. The plan calls for the establishment of a regional freight district and associated authority called America’s Gateway. The  authority is anticipated to increase national […]

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Passenger Profile: Don

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today’s “Passenger Profile”  features Don. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. When the Catholic Legal Assistance Ministry (CLAM) moved to downtown St. Louis […]

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Local Artists Invited to Enter MetroBus Shelter Competition

Artwork created by local visual artists may be coming to a MetroBus shelter near you. Metro’s Arts in Transit program, in conjunction with Lamar Advertising, is seeking artwork that can be reproduced as large-scale, two-dimensional posters. Arts in Transit will select at least 10 two-dimensional images created by 10 artists for reproduction in large-scale poster form […]

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Passenger Profile: Rich & Alex

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today, Rich and Alex are our featured “Passenger Profile.”  We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. Rarely does a day go by without Alex […]

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Take Metro to Forest Park for St. Louis World’s Fare

This year has been exciting for St. Louis. It’s the 250th birthday of the city and the 110th anniversary of the 1904 World’s Fair in Forest Park. The 1st Annual St. Louis World’s Fare Heritage Festival and Games will capture the spirit of the 1904 World’s Fair in Forest Park this weekend. The celebration will kick off Friday […]

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Take Metro To These Six Labor Day Events

There are a lot of fun events happening this holiday weekend in around St. Louis. In order to avoid road construction, traffic jams and parking challenges, Metro is a great option for getting to some of the big Labor Day weekend events. Big Muddy Blues Festival The annual three-day blues festival brings more than 60,000 people […]

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Take Metro to the One Direction Concert Wednesday

Update: The #40 Broadway, #40X I-55 Express and the #58X Twin Oaks Express are on reroute until midnight due to road closures near the Edward Jones Dome. For more information, access our Rider Alerts page.  One Direction is bringing its Where We Are tour to the Edwards Jones Dome this Wednesday (Aug. 27). If you […]

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Passenger Profile: Travis

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today’s “Passenger Profile”  features Travis. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. When Travis moved to St. Louis from California in 2012, he moved […]

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Passenger Profile: Matthew

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today, Matthew’s story is our featured “Passenger Profile.”  We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. It took a particularly bad travel experience in Washington, […]

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Passenger Profile: Alex

Thousands of customers depend on Metro transit every day to get to work, to school and other important destinations. Today’s “Passenger Profile”  features Alex. We’re interested in your transit story too. Email me at mrhibbard@metrostlouis.org and we may share your story in a future blog. When Alex moved back to St. Louis in March after living in […]

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