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CMT leads efforts for an integrated, affordable, and convenient public transportation system with light rail expansion as the critical component that will drive economic growth to improve quality of life in the St. Louis region.

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Weigh in on City Bus Stop at 13th and Gravois

Citizens for Modern Transit and AARP in St. Louis are pleased to announce that the MetroBus stop located at 13th St. and Gravois Ave. near Soulard in the City of St. Louis has been selected as the site for the next “Transit Stop Transformation Project.”

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TRANSIT FACTS: New Report Outlines MO Transit Delivering more than $4B annually in the state

Transit yields an overall economic impact of $4.05 billion annually, including $481 million in spending by transit riders. Over the last five years, transit agencies spent an average of $401 million annually on capital investments. The state government collects an estimated average of $51 million in annual taxes because of the direct and multiplier effects of transit.

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CMT to Host Candid Conversations with Commuters on March 6

With upcoming service changes set for March 18, CMT is offering opportunity for riders to get their questions answered on March 6 on service changes, fares, security and more.

Transit is good for Public Health

Fact #3

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control recommends that adults get at least 22 minutes of moderate physical activity per day to reduce the risk of heart disease, obesity, stroke and diabetes. By walking or biking to the bus stop or MetroLink, it’s easier to meet or exceed this goal.

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