CMT announces selection for Transit Crush campaign

CMT has selected Falk Harrison for the 2016 Transit Crush Campaign. Falk Harrison was selected from a pool of 12 proposals, 2 non-responsive, with the remaining 10 evaluated based on the following established criteria: Qualifications of person/firm conducting the work Proposal Quality Product samples – samples provided and/or on firm website need to be relevant to work being asked… Read more »

CMT seeks graphic designer for upcoming event work

Citizens for Modern Transit (“CMT”) is seeking a consultant to assist CMT with an invite for an upcoming event – Livability Matters: Transportation Choice and Connections.   This event will focus on transportation as it impacts the livability of a community. This project will include the creation of an invitation (oversized postcard) and web graphics. A… Read more »

CMT seeks printer estimates for Commuter booklet

Below are printer specs for CMT’s latest project. Please provide a bid by Monday, Nov. 23 at 12 noon via email to if interested. Thank you. Flat size: 12″ x 9″ [1/2 size] Finished size should be: 6″ x 9″ Amount of pages plus cover and back: 16 [6″x9″] double sided Color: CMYK Bleeds: all… Read more »

CMT sets FY16 Legislative Priorities

Transit funding, regional transit priorities and development top the list of CMT’s legislative priorities for FY16.  Citizens for Modern Transit just released its FY16 Legislative Priorities.  CMT will be advocating for local, state and federal policies and funding for transit. As is widely publicized, Missouri ranks near the very bottom with regards to state funding… Read more »

Come share your memories of the Wellston Loop

Love transit? Love learning the history of St. Louis neighborhoods built from on our transit lines? Grew up near the Wellston Loop? Don’t miss the Wellston Loop Family Reunion and Exhibit on Saturday,  November 21st from 1-3 P.M.    Come and share stories and pictures about the neighborhood from the past and present. The event will feature a… Read more »

CMT announces panel for Dec. 1 event on Transit & Equity

The upcoming CMT end-of-year event, FREEDOM OF RIDING – TRANSIT’S ABILITY TO INCREASE EQUITY IN ALL SECTORS OF OUR COMMUNITY, on December 1 will be moderated by CMT Board Chair and Ferguson Commission member Rose Windmiller.  In addition, the panel will include: •D’Andre Braddix, Assistant Dean of Students at UMSL •Nancy Cross, Vice President and Missouri Director… Read more »

Consider Transit & CMT on Giving Tuesday on Dec. 1

CMT will be participating in Giving Tuesday on December 1, 2015 where “charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.”  If better transit is on your wish list this year, we hope to hear from you.  Make a gift online today! Gifts… Read more »

MoDOT names new director

Patrick K. McKenna has been named the new director of the Missouri Department of Transportation by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission. The announcement was made today at a press conference following the commission’s monthly meeting. In his role as deputy commissioner, McKenna served as the chief financial, operating and legislative officer for the organization. … Read more »

Weigh in on MetroBus Plan for North County Transfer Center

Metro transit passengers and the public are invited to learn more about the new North County Transit Center and provide feedback on a new MetroBus service plan proposed for North St. Louis County at four upcoming informal meetings. The new transit center is located at 3140 Pershall Road between West Florissant Avenue and New Halls… Read more »

Kansas City investigating “microtransit”

The Kansas City Star recently reported on some changes made by the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (ATA) to their service. In addition to lowering fares on certain routes, ATA has moved forward in exploring what’s being called “microtransit,” a term used for transportation that’s in-between single occupancy vehicles and fixed-route mass transit. ATA is… Read more »

House approves Transportation Bill

Updated 11/6/15 Yesterday, the US House of Representatives passed a 6-year transportation bill, the Surface Transportation Reauthorization and Reform Act of 2015 . The legislation is a 6-year bill authorizing $325 billion for transportation over that time. The bill will now move to a conference committee. The current extension of MAP-21 expires on November 20th.   There… Read more »

Consider a special year-end gift for transit in 2015 with CMT

Transit is at a critical juncture in the St. Louis region. The recently released Ferguson Commission Report highlighted the need for transit expansion and funding as a signature priority project. St. Louis County is wrapping up community engagement for the selection of a corridor to take a MetroLink expansion study to the next level. The… Read more »