Ameren, MoDOT, MetroLink Ice Storm UpdatesMoDOT: The less vehicles on the road, and the higher the temperatures, the better.
Accident with Pedestrian Reported at CWE MetroLink StationMetroLink confirms there has been an accident with a pedestrian at the Central West End station on Euclid.
MetroLink Security Officer Shot at Wellston StationThe officer was shot on the platform about 2 p.m. while checking fares, reports MetroLink spokeswoman Patti Beck in an email.
MetroLink Encourages Rider Safety for National Preparedness MonthSeptember is National Preparedness Month and local transit agency officials are helping to spread the word.
Metro's Quarterly Service Changes Start TodayMetro Transit's quarterly service changes grapple with ridership decreases and the completion of the Eads Bridge project.
Metro Works on Issues With New Bus RoutesMetro says they are working with passengers to monitor and try to fix any problems they are having with the new schedule.
Ferguson Effect? Mass Transit Ridership DownRidership fell by more than 8 percent on Metro trains and buses during the month the Ferguson grand jury decision was looming.
MetroLink Down in Metro East After Car Hits Utility PoleRepairs to take most of the day and could stretch into evening rush hour, according to MetroLink spokesperson.
Man Hit by MetroLink Train in Downtown St. LouisA man in his 60s was struck by a MetroLink train downtown at the Union Station MetroLink station just before 9 a.m. today.
Metro Fare Increase Takes Effect TodayMetro spokesperson Patti Beck says the fare increase marks the latest phase of their long-range plan, and will boost passenger income by more than $2 million a year.
Larry Rice: Metro's Bench Dividers Symbolize War Against HomelessA 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.
No Napping Here: Metro Adds Dividers To Bus Shelter Benches"[They'll] discourage people from taking up the entire space with their packages and their bags or even by lying down," a spokeswoman explains.