CMT releases RFP for public relations consultant

CMT is seeking a Public Relations consultant for a one and half year period which will be responsible for planning, executing and promoting these events and messaging items in partnership with the Citizens for Modern Transit staff. Work products will include press releases, website updates, execution of events, and outreach programs on the following topics… Read more »

CMT releases RFP for Graphic Design

CMT is seeking a Graphic Design consultant to develop a new logo/brand for Citizens for Modern Transit. This logo/design will be released as a part of CMT’s 30th Annivesary year-long celebration of events. Work products will include: New Logo with standards New Stationery design New tagline Logo file in several layouts and file types CMT… Read more »

East West Gateway to Hold a 4 Part Speaker Series on Transportation

As a part of the long range transportation plan for the St. Louis region, East West Gateway is holding a 4 part speaker series called Connected 2045.  It will be a regional conversation about the future of transportation in St. Louis and will take place at the Missouri History Museum.  We hope you’ll join CMT… Read more »

Dump the Pump with CMT’s Try & Ride – What a Great RIDEA!

National Dump the Pump Day encourages people to ride public transportation (instead of driving) and save money. What a great idea! Riding public transit is an economical way to save money, particularly when gas prices are high. The latest American Public Transit Association’s  Transit Savings Report shows that a two person household that downsizes to one… Read more »

CMT and St. Louis Green Business Challenge Luncheon on CarSharing

Join CMT and the St. Louis Regional Chamber’s Green Business Challenge to hear all about the opportunities for your business with Carsharing through Enterprise Carshare. Complimentary program for CMT members; $10 for non-members Where: St. Louis Regional Chamber, One Metropolitan Square (211 N. Broadway) – Suite 1300, St. Louis, MO 63102 When:  Tuesday June 24,… Read more »

Metro Service changes effective June 9

Details of the Service Change effective June 9, 2014 are as follows: #8 Bates-Morganford: Time adjustments to improve schedule adherence on weekdays and Saturdays. #10 Gravois-Lindell: Time adjustments to improve schedule adherence on weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays. #16 City Limits: Number 7 time point on the route map has been moved from Arsenal and Jamieson… Read more »

9th Annual National Dump the Pump Day is June 19th

    Post by CMT Intern, Lisa Cagle: There are many great reasons to use public transit, but one big reason is to save money. On June 19, 2014, public transportation services all across the country will be encouraging people to ride public transportation (instead of driving) and save money as they celebrate the 9th… Read more »

CMT Offers a New Opportunity for Corporate Sponsors

CMT is pleased to announce a new and exciting sponsorship opportunity for organizations and businesses vested in ensuring St. Louis’ transit system grows and improves, spurs economic development, and assists the region’s efforts to attract and retain top business talent. Your company is now able to SPONSOR CMT’s EBLAST which reaches approximately 4,000 people each… Read more »

Companies Can Win a Best Workplaces for Commuter Membership with CMT

Do you work for a Workplace where how you get to work is important? Do you receive benefits, subsidies, or flexibility in order to make a choice for your commute?Thanks to a 2014 APTA grant, CMT will award one company in the St. Louis Region a membership to the Best Workplaces for Commuters (BWC) program… Read more »

What should be the St. Louis region’s priority for transportation?

What should be the St. Louis region’s vision for the future of transportation? What should be the priorities for this region if funding were to become available? What type of projects would you support?  Weigh in on CMT’s survey here. The Missouri Legislature is going to give voters the opportunity to weigh in on their… Read more »