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.”
Amalgamated Transit Local 788 authorized a strike Tuesday, but it does not mean a strike is immanent.
Health experts still working to verify manufacturers’ claims of E-cig safety.
Will employ more than 100 and move 10,000 package an hour when it opens next year.
Jess Leitch is one week into her car-free campaign…here’s the update.
They ask MetroBus customers to be patient and allow extra time for their commutes this morning as the situation no doubt will keep changing.
It was April 1963 that what was then called the Bi-State Development Agency acquired 15 privately-owned transit companies.
About two-hundred people got their first glimpse at plans for a city streetcar line last night.