What is the Future of Transit in St. Louis?

Join Citizens for Modern Transit for an update on the Metro Reimagined Study underway in the region looking at a redesign of the St. Louis transit system to meet the needs of the changing community.  Don’t miss this interactive session and hear from Metro’s Executive Director Jessica Mefford Miller on Phase II of the Plan.

The second iteration of the Metro Reimagined plan includes:

► Shorter waits with 13 high-frequency MetroBus routes operating every 15 minutes or better during the day – currently, there is only one route that operates 15 minutes or faster, and only three routes operating 20 minutes or faster
► 34 local MetroBus routes operating every 30 minutes, instead of the 40-minute or 60-minute service that many of today’s routes operate
► Service added to the plan in response to customer feedback
► Introduction of  Wi-Fi, mobile ticketing and other new technology to improve the  transit experience
► New innovative transportation options for areas where a 40-foot bus doesn’t make sense

The Metro ReImagined project is not only looking 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. Participants will have the opportunity to weigh in directly at this interactive presentation.

Registration is available online.
Registration is free for members. Registration required.
For non-members that would like to attend but have personal financial constraints, CMT offers a limited number of scholarships for each of the Talking Transit education series. If you are interested in a scholarship, please send an email to info@cmt-stl.org.

Reserve your spot today!
Wednesday, Jan.  9, 2018
5 p.m. Registration
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Program
BJC Learning Center, 8300 Eager Road, Lower Level Auditorium
Accessible by MetroLink & MetroBus
Event registration fee is non-refundable unless the event is canceled or rescheduled by Citizens for Modern Transit.