Metro Drivers Union Calls for Increased Safety MeasuresThe union for Metro drivers is demanding improved safety after a driver was shot outside his bus over the weekend during an attempted robbery.
Metro Launches Effort To Eliminate North County "Food Deserts"Study finds "significant" number of residents live more than a mile from nearest grocery.
Smoking Banned from all Metro PropertiesNo more smoking at Metro transit stations while you wait for your ride.
County Police Chief Denies Allegations Against Metro OfficersSt. Louis County police chief Jon Belmar is speaking out after allegations that his officers tried to hide the fact they weren't doing what they were supposed to do to protect MetroLink riders.
Chief Belmar: MetroLink Citations in County Will Be HonoredMetroLink scofflaws don't have safe haven in St. Louis County anymore.
MetroLink Cracking Down on Those Who Ride in City Without PayingSecurity guards are issuing the citations to freeloaders in St. Clair County and St. Louis city, but not in St. Louis County.
MetroLink Commissioner Faces Off With County Executive on Metro SecurityStenger says ultimately the person responsible is MetroLink head John Nations, and mentioned numerous times during a call-in to the Charlie Brennan Show how much money Nations makes.
Metro Ridership Down, Following National TrendThe decline also comes at a time when the transportation agency is dealing with some high-profile crimes on platforms and in trains
Reward Offered for Information in Shooting of MetroLink TrainSt. Clair County Sheriff's deputies say the train was hit by eight shots near the Washington Park station Tuesday night.
MetroLink Train Hit By Gunfire In Fairview Heights"This is the first time we've actually had - that we're aware of - that a train has actually been fired upon."
Records Request Reveals Feud Over MetroLink Train SafetyBelmar and Dotson claimed their departments have authority over Metro security, and the light rail security officers should stop using police dogs and acting as if they had full police powers.
Head of Metro: Number of Free-Riders Less Than 8 PercentThe head of Metro is strongly denying St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson's statement that 75 percent of MetroLink riders are riding for free.

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