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Should Guns Be Legal on Missouri’s Public Transit?

State lawmaker from St. Peters makes the case for it



Maryland Heights Bus Stop Could Be America’s Sorriest

Streetsblog USA selected North Lindbergh suggestion as a finalist in contest


Laclede's Landing MetroLink station (Photo via Maller)

Metro Transit’s Old Laclede’s Landing Building Could Turn Residential

Metro’s parent, the Bi-State Development Agency, is moving west to downtown’s Metropolitan Square building.


Transit Union workers protest a $75,000 raise for Metro CEO John Nations. (Photo: Kevin Killeen/KMOX)

Metro Workers Continue to Protest Nations’ Wage Hike

The union has held several demonstrations this week to call attention to Metro CEO John Nations getting a $75,000 wage hike, while workers remain in a contract dispute.



Metro Transit Operating on Schedule, Despite Snow

Metro officials are asking customers to use caution on the platforms, steps, elevators and parking lots because there could be slick spots.


Photo: KMOX

Concerns Over Future Funding As Metro Marks 20 Years

“We’re looking at a state that is ranked 47th in the country in regards to funding of public transit so we’re going to have to think creatively and outside the box…”


St. Louis Blues mascot Louie was one of the attractions at the 2013 Special Needs Airshow at Downtown St. Louis Airport in Cahokia, Ill. on July 6, 2013 (KMOX/Brad Choat).

Pilots Wow Crowd at Special Needs Airshow

This was the first year for a Fair St. Louis airshow designed exclusively for adults and children with special needs.


Photo: KMOX

St. Louis County Will Loan $400 M To Metro Transit

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.


Photo: KMOX

St. Louis County Considers $400M Loan to Metro Transit

County Executive Charlie Dooley says the money is coming in from the sales tax increase, Prop A, passed a few years ago.



Metro Transit ‘Increases Vigilance’ After Boston Bombings

“As a result of the explosions in Boston, we have increased our vigilance and public safety patrol presence at Metro Transit”



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