August 18, 2010 | 6 Comments

Download Restoration 2010 Service Change Brochure, Google Transit Info Available!

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All this week Metro employee ambassadors and members of the transit- planning teams will be distributing Restoration 2010 August 30 Service Change brochures to riders at Transit Centers across the region.  You can use this brochure to learn which routes will change and how the changes might affect your commute.  If you don’t happen to pick up a paper copy from a Metro ambassador at one of the centers, you can download and print the brochure from here:

Restoration 2010 August 30 Service Change Brochure

Next week, members of our transit service and planning teams will be out with an Information Bus distributing paper schedules, route maps and system maps, and answering questions. Check out when we’ll be at your transit center and visit the bus with your questions.

Also, August 30 Restoration schedule info in now available on and Google Transit. Use the trip planning application of your choice to plan your commute on August 30.

6 thoughts on “Download Restoration 2010 Service Change Brochure, Google Transit Info Available!”

  1. Jimmy Z says:

    Attaching large pdf files (like the new system map), to open as a part of your post really slows down my download. I know you want to provide as much information as possible, but please give us the option to download large files, or not, much like how when you get YouTube embedded in a post – you need to click on it before it downloads. Thanks!

    1. Courtney says:

      Sure Jimmy. Is it taking a while for you to upload the page with the embedded Scibd documents as well?

  2. ScottF says:

    Is there a link to the PDF without having to sign up for a Scibd account?

    1. Courtney says:

      Scott – here you go. We had it added to the website:

  3. Jimmy Z says:

    I’m not sure which large file is slowing down the home page, but whichever one it is “freezes” the screen for about 60 seconds. Based on past download times, my prime suspect is the system map that’s included in the “August 30 Restoration Missouri System Map Now Available” post from about a week ago. And since the screen freezes, I can’t scroll down to see which file is actually laoding / is the culprit. Once that post goes away (as new ones are added), I’ll let you know if load speeds return to “normal”. Thanks!

  4. Jimmy Z says:

    Yeah, now that the system map is no longer on the main screen, load speeds are back to normal . . .

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