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March 29, 2010 | 5 Comments

Oh, The Places We’ve Been: Metro Transit Public Outreach Map

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To create a blueprint for the future of public transit in St. Louis, we spent a year putting together a transit expansion and enhancement plan for the St. Louis region. We couldn’t put together a plan that reflects the needs and wants of the region without getting out and talking to people – lots and lots of people.


View Public Outreach for Moving Transit Forward in a larger map

This map shows where we’ve been (most of the places – we are continually updating it). Hopefully we’ve been to a city council or public meeting near you. The public input we’ve received has been instrumental in forming the long-range plan, in everything from passenger amenities to safety to future transit options. Your ideas and opinions are really a necessary part of this process, and will continue to be so as we moving forward.

For more information about Metro St. Louis Transit’s long-range plan, visit MovingTransitForward. If you would like to schedule a person from Metro to come out and give a presentation on our long-range plan and the implications for your community or organization, or have suggestions or comments, here are a variety of ways to get in touch with our team. Thanks for all your input!

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5 thoughts on “Oh, The Places We’ve Been: Metro Transit Public Outreach Map”

  1. Rob says:

    A bunch of different colored pushpins with no explanation as to what they mean?

    1. Todd H says:

      Thanks Rob – worthy comment! To add to Courtney’s reply, I’ve added a quick note above the map describing what the colors represent…red = community workshops, blue = city council meetings, yellow = webinars, green = a collection of various other venues…chambers of commerce, schools, businesses, community and professional groups, etc.

  2. Courtney says:

    Rob,

    The pushpins are places that Metro has visited in the last six months as part of our public outreach efforts. If you click on the map title, it takes you to the Google map page, where you can see the times and dates of each of the meetings.

  3. MarkSpizer says:

    great post as usual!

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