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What Is The Future Of The STL Transit System? Join CMT & STL Regional Chamber On 4/27

Join Citizens for Modern Transit & the St. Louis Regional Chamber for an update on the Metro Reimagined Study underway looking at a redesign of the St. Louis transit system to meet the needs of the changing community.  Hear from Metro’s Director of Planning Jessica Mefford Miller on what the analysis is saying about possible changes needed to the St. Louis system on April 27 at the St. Louis Regional Chamber.

Find more information and registration details below.

Metro recently completed their analysis of the current MetroBus system as part of the 15-month study. Find out where there (design) may go, how it may impact neighborhoods and business centers in the region, and what new technologies may be incorporated in St. Louis. This study will result in a framework for phased improvements to the MetroBus system that can be implemented within the current Metro budget.The Metro ReImagined project, which kicked off in April 2017, is a 15-month study that will not only look at where people travel in the region, but why they travel and how they want to get there. The study will also evaluate the potential of new technology and innovative transit concepts – from new vehicles to new service options.

Registration is available online HERE.
Registration is free for members, $10 for non-members.
Friday, April 27, 2018
8 a.m. Registration
8:30 a.m. Program
St. Louis Regional Chamber Collaboration Center
One Metropolitan Square, Ste. 1300
St. Louis, MO 63102

Information by Citizens For Modern Transit – Kim Cella

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