The Smart-Card Program could help deter passengers who sneak on without paying.
Talks between Metro and its largest employees union could be close to an end.
A fire heavily damaged a Metro bus Thursday morning at Folk Ave. and Big Bend Blvd. in Maplewood.
Members of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 788 Thursday re-elected Mike Breihan to another three year term.
A move by the St. Louis-area mass transit agency Metro will make it harder for homeless people to nap on bus shelter benches downtown, a move that has angered some advocates for the homeless.
“[They’ll] discourage people from taking up the entire space with their packages and their bags or even by lying down,” a spokeswoman explains.
Apple iPhones and other expensive devices being targeted by robbers.
The “Kingsbury Place Singers” dressed in Victorian era garb greeted passengers Tuesday with the sounds of the season.
Starting next Monday, Metro will no longer accept pennies, 50-cent coins or $2 bills as payment.
“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.”