The St. Louis Rapid Transit Connector Study is being conducted by the Bi-State Development Agency (Metro Transit) in partnership with East-West Gateway Council of Governments (EWGCOG), St. Louis County (County), the City of St. Louis (City), and the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT).
This study is a step forward for Metro's long-range plan, Moving Transit Forward. It will advance community goals that guided the long-range plan. Learn more
Missed the first round of public meetings? No problem. Review materials and provide your comments as if you were there. Comments will be accepted through Monday May 13, 2013.
At this time the project team has recommended a study area that consists broadly of the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County from just south of the I-64 corridor to north St. Louis County. Specific corridors will emerge from the project following the public engagement phase ending in April.
When most people think about transit, the first image that comes to mind is often a Metro bus but that bus is just the most visible component of an integrated transportation network. In order for that bus to run efficiently, a whole host of factors come into play - from station amenities that make waiting for a bus more comfortable to traffic synchronization that reduces travel time between stops. Learn more.
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