#48 South Lindbergh MetroBus Route Temporarily DetouredReturn to Blog
The Missouri Department of Transportation will close a section of Lindbergh Boulevard between Rusty Road and East Concord Road in South St. Louis County for approximately two weeks, starting tonight.
During the closure, the #48 South Lindbergh MetroBus route will be detoured, and MetroBus passengers traveling through the affected area may experience delays of 10 to 15 minutes.
The #48 South Lindbergh will not be able to provide service to four bus stops between Tesson Ferry Road and Lemay Ferry Road. Passengers will need to reach bus stops outside of this area to connect with the #48 South Lindbergh.
Crews are repairing concrete and replacing the driving surface on this section of Lindbergh Blvd. The road is expected to reopen by Monday, June 29.
#48 South Lindbergh Reroute:
The #48 South Lindbergh will travel along its regular route to Tesson Ferry Road, and then turn right on Tesson Ferry, left on I-270 South, exit and left on Lemay Ferry Road, and left on S. County Center Way to resume the regular route.
The #48 South Lindbergh will travel along its regular route to South County Mall, and then left on Aisle 112, left on the outer road, right on S. County Center Way, cross Lemay Ferry Road to I-270 North, exit and right on Tesson Ferry Road, and left on Lindbergh to resume the regular route.
Updates on MetroBus operations can be found on the Rider Alert section or by calling Metro Transit Information Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 314-231-2345 or 618-271-2345.