October 28, 2011

Extra MetroLink Service For Game 7 of the World Series

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UPDATE: MetroLink will extend service 2 hours from the end of World Series Game 7, regardless of end time.

What an exciting time to be in St. Louis, especially for baseball fans! Last night, Metro provided extra MetroLink service after an exciting World Series Game 6. We were there for Cardinal fans last night after the game went into extra innings and we will be there for fans tonight providing extra MetroLink service, both eastbound and westbound trains, after Game 7. The Cardinals may be the best ride in baseball, and we’re proud to be the public transit option for Cardinals Nation and baseball fans from around the country.


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2 thoughts on “Extra MetroLink Service For Game 7 of the World Series”

  1. Erin says:

    I was very disappointed with MetroLink last night prior to the Cardinals Game 7. We take MetroLink quite often to sporting events in downtown as we live over in Illinois. We planned to take MetroLink from the Casino Queen station but were disappointed and frustrated upon arriving and seeing that only 1 self-service ticket machine was working (out of the 3 available) and only 1 ticket counter was staffed (out of 2). We chose to walk across the Eads bridge to and from the celebrrations instead of using MetroLink. I know the trains would be full and the boarding lines long but did not expect to have not even half of the ticket counters up & running an hour before a sold-out world series game 7.

    1. Courtney says:

      Erin, I’m very sorry to hear that you had a very frustrating time at East Riverfront with the crowds and problems with the ticket vending. I will be sure to pass this information along to our operations to hopefully avoid problems like this in the future.

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