Bi-State Board OKs MetroLink Policing PlanThe memorandum calls for the transit arm of Bi-State, Metro, and the city and counties to form a task force that will patrol the entire system.
Nations Defends Security Guards on MetroLinkMetroLink CEO denies he's trying to start his own police force.
Head of Metro: Number of Free-Riders Less Than 8 PercentThe head of Metro is strongly denying St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson's statement that 75 percent of MetroLink riders are riding for free.
Metrolink Shooting Raises Questions of Increased SecurityMetrolink riders are beginning to grow wary after an innocent bystander at the Busch Stadium Metrolink platform was shot in the head from a gun fired inside a train and hospitalized in critical condition.
Metro Working on Increasing Safety for RidersMetro president and CEO John Nations says they're in talks with St. Louis city and county police.
Metro Transit's Old Laclede's Landing Building Could Turn ResidentialMetro's parent, the Bi-State Development Agency, is moving west to downtown's Metropolitan Square building.
Metro CEO Reacts to Allegations of Race Baiting During Oreo Cookie IncidentYou may have heard the commercials from the Amalgamated Transit Union criticizing a Metro board member for handing out a recipe for Oreo cookies to union negotiators.
Metro Workers Take Their Contract Quest To CommutersUnion workers at Metro, the local transit agency, are meeting and greeting commuters this morning to call attention to their quest for a new contract.
Fair St. Louis Embracing Forest Park FitOrganizers say they couldn't be happier with how 4th of July went at temporary home
Metro's 'Bendy' Buses Hit the RoadMetro president John Nations says each "articulated" bus is 60 feet long with 54 seats and a lot more room for standing.
Groups Tout Pedestrian, Biker Safety as Temperatures RiseWarmer weather is here and more bikers, joggers and walkers are going to be out and about—as well as kids on summer break.
Metro Bus Drivers Back to WorkMetro bus drivers reported to work on time this morning and officials with the transit company say everything is running smoothly.