Metro bus drivers reported to work on time this morning and officials with the transit company say everything is running smoothly.
Metro president and CEO John Nations is in Washington D.C. to lobby on behalf of the American Public Transportation Association.
“You had elderly people moving as fast as they could to get away, you had young children sitting nearby that were being protected by their mothers.”
“One of us has to bend,” Amalgamated Transit Union Local 788 President Mike Breihan said. “I’m willing to bend a little bit if they’re willing to bend a little bit. We both have to give a little bit.”
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–The transit union representing drivers for Metro buses and Metrolink trains says it has no plans to strike over the 4th of July week. Amalgamated Transit Union Local 788 Representative Darrell Pulliam says despite […]
There is $400 million that St. Louis County has collected from the Proposition A transit sales tax which hasn’t been needed for operations and, instead, has been saved.
“Meteorologists nailed this. The storm came in hot and heavy. We endured four or five hours of heavy snow.”
Mark talks with John Nations about a possible boost in the St. Louis City sales tax, Jeff Rainford about St. Louis as a dangerous city, David Merritt about ObamaCare, Steve Walli about the cost of medicine, and Anthony Davies about the education bubble.
Metro Transit could lose $6 million, because a councilmember is upset about a parking garage deal.
John talks about the MSD lawsuit, the Patriot Act and John Ashcroft, the late Louis Sachs, help to tornado victims in Joplin, MO; celebrities buried in Bellefontaine Cemetery and the emergence of the millions of 13-year cicadas in the St. Louis area.