Loop Trolley Lawsuit Goes Before Appeals Court PanelArguments over whether trolley line illegally went beyond border approved by voters.
Stenger Says County Will Not Provide More Trolley FundingSt. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger is not budging in his opposition to providing more money for the long-delayed Loop Trolley project.
Loop Trolley Operator Looking for MoneySterman says the paying customers and Loop Trolley tax will make it sustainable, once it's up and running.
Amidst Funding Issues, Loop Trolley To Resume TestingTests will run along the entire 2.2-mile alignment.
Locals Say Loop Trolley is More for TourismIt could be 2018 before the first people take rides on the Loop Trolley.
Loop Trolley Could Start This FallSo when will the Loop Trolley finally start carrying passengers between University City and Forest Park.
St. Louis County Councilman Says No More Money For Loop TrolleyThe Loop Trolley's request for another half million dollars from the St. Louis County Council leaves at least one councilman with a sour taste in his mouth.
Pi Pizzeria Owner Calls Trolley Construction 'Devastating' to BusinessSommers worries about what business owners are not being told.
Loop Trolley Opponents Critical of Additional FundsA longtime critic of the taxpayer-funded Loop Trolley isn't happy to hear the project needs another half-million dollars.
Loop Trolley Backers Ask For More Funding From St. Louis CountyTrolley-backer Joe Edwards, developer and owner of Blueberry Hill and several other entities along the Delmar Loop, is asking for an extra $500,000 from the St. Louis County Council.
Loop Trolley Addresses Security ConcernsWith all the recent crime along the Metrolink line, organizers of the soon-to-open Loop Trolley are taking notice.
Late Summer Start Expected for Loop trolleyOperators are eyeing a late summer start of passenger service on the trolley line.

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