State transportation officials plan to release a list of projects by June 13 that could be funded if Missouri voters approve a sales tax increase.
A proposed transportation sales tax that had appeared headed for the ballot now is in jeopardy of failing in the Missouri House, a potential casualty of a successful Republican push to cut income taxes.
Missouri senators have endorsed a three-fourths-cent sales tax increase to fund state and local transportation needs.
Board of Alderman President Lewis Reed is holding a series of meetings to receive feedback from the public before officially proposing a bond that could be used in the city.
The tax is estimated to generate $800 million annually and $8 billion over its 10-year lifespan.
Missouri voters would be asked to approve a 1-cent sales tax to fund roads, bridges and other modes of transportation under a measure endorsed Tuesday by the state House.
This April, Normandy is expected to go broke, but Superintendent McNichols has hope that they may last until the last day of school.
Metro president and CEO John Nations is in Washington D.C. to lobby on behalf of the American Public Transportation Association.
A measure that would require builders to consider bike paths and sidewalks on all new roads in St. Louis County is still on hold, but one side says they are willing to talk.
The policy would require builders to consider bike paths and sidewalks on all new roads in St. Louis County.