About Citizens for Modern Transit

Where We Stand

Three decades ago CMT began its mission to introduce MetroLink to the St. Louis metropolitan area. Since its opening in 1993, ridership has exceeded expectations with an average of 66,000 people choosing MetroLink each day during summer mbrekfasttrainonths. What’s more, because of MetroLink integration with the bus system, St. Louisans once again have a public transit system competitive with automobile travel. CMT members have played key roles in the passage of funding measures for the expansion of MetroLink and other transportation improvements in the region. Our mission does not stop here but reaches far beyond the scope of the MetroLink expansion debate to rebuilding the St. Louis City, County, and Illinois neighborhoods by investing in rail transit. Rail transit is not just a way to move from point A to B but a means to energize and revitalize existing communities. In 2011, CMT official mission was changed to:

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.

Over the years, CMT has received many awards. View KUDOS & AWARDS Citizens for Modern Transit is located at 911 Washington, Ste. 200, St. Louis, MO 63101.  314.231.7272.

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Who’s Who at CMT

CMT Executive Director

447A3107Kimberly M. Cella kcella@cmt-stl.org

Find Kim’s Bio here.

 CMT Membership & Program Director

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Mallory Box
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Mallory Box Bio

 

Board of Directors

Chair

June McAllister Fowler
BJC HealthCare

Vice-Chairs

Nancy E. Cross
SEIU Local 1

Sheila Holm
AARP in St. Louis

Hart Nelson
St. Louis Community College

 

Secretary

D’Andre Braddix
University of Missouri-St. Louis

Treasurer

Carlo P. Sanfilippo
Integral Wealth

Past Chair

Don C. Musick, III
Musick Construction Company

At-Large

Adella D. Jones
Centene Corp.

General Counsel
Larry Katzenstein
Thompson Coburn

Board Members

Kevin Anders
Ameren Missouri

Chris Beard
Lochmueller Group

Robert Blaine
Washington University in
St. Louis

Mark Carlie
BDO USA (retired)

Tom Etling
Brown Smith Wallace

Brandon Flinn
Eastern Missouri Laborers’ District Council

Rob Goltermann
DCM Management Group

Patricia Hagen
T-REX

Charlie Hinderliter
St. Louis REALTORS®

Sheila Kimlinger
TWM

Jennifer Obertino
AECOM

Glyn Ramage
Southwestern Illinois Laborers’ District Council

Taulby Roach
Bi-State Development

Reneé L. Ross
HNTB

Marc Scheessele
Saint Louis University

Austin Walker
St. Louis Regional Chamber

CMT Board Committees

  1. Finance Committee
    1. Carlo Sanfilippo, Chair
    2. Larry Katzenstein
    3. Nancy Cross
    4. Mark Carlie
    5. Kevin Anders
  2. Rider Experience Committee
    1. Tom Etling, Chair
    2. D’Andre Braddix
    3. Sheila Holm
  3. Development/Membership Committee
    1. June Fowler, Chair
    2. Len Toenjes
    3. Jim Fredericks
    4. Sheila Kimlinger
    5. Reneé Ross
    6. Brandon Flinn
  4. Public Policy Committee
    1. Nancy Cross, Chair
    2. Chris Beard
    3. Len Toenjes
    4. Adella Jones
    5. Hart Nelson
    6. Kevin Anders
    7. Charlie Hinderliter
  5. TOD Committee
    1. Chris Beard
    2. John Langa
    3. Cadey Scott
    4. Kevin Flynn
    5. James Fredericks
    6. Paul Hubbman
    7. Mark Carlie
  6. Nominating Committee
    1. Appointed each year
  7. Transit Alliance
    1. Nancy Cross, Chair

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As a member of CMT, you will actively help to rebuild St. Louis communities. By joining CMT, you will receive many benefits including:

  • Invitations to members-only events
  • Special recognition for larger membership donors
  • Recognition in CMT Annual Report for memberships of $250 or above
  • Free Admission to CMT Lecture Series
  • Educational Trip opportunities
  • Subscription to CMT’s bi-monthly newsletter
  • CMT’s weekly Email Updates
  • Free MetroLink tickets depending on membership levels
  • Transit Updates
  • A voice in shaping St. Louis’ neighborhoods