Some buses that did start, had frozen air brakes
Starting next Monday, Metro will no longer accept pennies, 50-cent coins or $2 bills as payment.
A surge of violence on Kansas City Metro buses last month has drivers worried about their safety and transit authority executives looking for ways to beef up security to protect drivers and riders alike.
Health experts still working to verify manufacturers’ claims of E-cig safety.
They ask MetroBus customers to be patient and allow extra time for their commutes this morning as the situation no doubt will keep changing.
Artwork won’t take money away from day-to-day Metro operations.
A report out by the American Public Transportation Association says more people are starting to ride the bus in St. Louis than in any other city.
Metro was not consulted nor notified ahead of time by measure’s sponsor.
Changes would take effect in October
Agency part of network of local, state and federal agencies constantly monitoring threat levels.